tigerstripe11 wrote:i dont think it could be too healthy for dogs. i know a lot of stuff like this, for humans, is hard on the liver and what not. what is everyones opinion on it?
I'm just curious because i see it everywhere i see when im on the internet looking at pitbull stuff.
Bunch of garbage. I'd not bother with it. At best it's nothing you can't get with a good complete diet. At worst, well, it could certainly be harmful. Some here (myself included) do use supplements, but more on the line of fish oil, vit e, coconut oil, etc. (depending on the individual dog's issues and needs).
tigerstripe11 wrote:Also, i feed my pup Blue Buffalo large breed puppy. Everyone says it's great food, but it doesnt seem to agree with his tummy. He has random stool with it....some soft, some really soft, and some runny. And his gas is HORRIBLE. he's only been on it for 2 weeks, first week it was mixed with his old food. I need advice!
I'd maybe take the switch a little slower. Should go slowly over the course of about 2 weeks. Try mixing in a little bit of plain canned pumpkin - it can help and definitely won't hurt. If that doesn't seem to help, try a slow switch onto something else. Taste of the Wild is what I feed and I have been happy with it, but there are lots of good quality food options out there.