Mooresmajestic wrote:IloveBlu wrote:The fruitables brand canned pumpkin digestive supplement is awesome. Always helps Blu.
Love this one! I keep a couple cans on hand for whenever needed. It's ok for cats too if for some reason a cat would need it.
suzanne wrote:Has your vet ruled out IBD? Even do a trial of steroids just to see?
Also like someone else said fat intolerance or something like Pancreatic Insufficiency might be something to test for as well...
bethh wrote:I empathize
My jrt, Lily, had diarrhea (bloody often) for over 3 years - so many food experiments, so many vet visits. She was diagnosed with pancreatitis along with an a bowel disorder they couldn't really pin down. What works for her is pumpkin or sweet potatoes, organic grains such as steel cut oats or brown rice, low fat meat and green leafy veggies. I can also feed her Wellness when I don't have time to cook. She is 15 now and rarely has diarrhea. Hang in there, something will work soon.
AllisonPibbleLvr wrote:Personal experience and then issues in relaying my concerns to Champion. That and I feel they are dishonest about their ingredients. ...
Timas Mom wrote:I find your comments regarding Champion hard to believe. You are getting information from someone else, so its not a personal experience. I am in the industry now and worked with vets before.
I have never had a problem getting my questions answered, they have been nothing but forth coming with their sources, and as a company are one of the few that make their own food and have never had a recall. They use local ingredients, nothing from china, and their plant is immaculate.
I sell Acana (dont think Orijen is appropriate for most dogs) and have never had an issue.
Every vet food I sold has had recalls that has killed pets or made them very ill. More than once. Hills, Purina, Royal Canin/Medical and eukanuba. Its actually pretty shameful.
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