Misskiwi67 wrote:Has your dog had a fecal flotation test lately to check for parasites?
Did you switch slowly and allow time for the body to adjust to the new foods?
Misskiwi67 wrote:If she's been thoroughly tested for parasites (at least 2 negative fecal flotations within the past few months), then I would try a pro-biotic.
Also, does she eat very quickly or do anything else that might cause her to swallow a lot of air?? Excessive gas is common in bulldog breeds due to excessive swallowing of air caused by their short-nosed anatomy. Sometimes getting them to slow down eating/drinking will help a little bit.
Shoshana wrote:Kinda off the wall - does she eat poop? That will also cause those symptoms..
chinchi_&_chupa wrote:I got my Chloé to slow down initally by feeding her by hand a little at a time and making her do things for it (ie, sit, down, high five etc). I also started making her calm down and "focus" on me with her food bowl down in front of her, before she can eat, she has to sit nicely and focus for at least 15 seconds before I release her to eat her food. Hope this helps your stinky lady She's super cute too!
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