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    Here Here SPRV...

    I would also try Eaglepack, a bit pricey but they have one for tummy's that is meant to be great.

    I would also try a bland diet if nothing seems to be working... Something like boiled brown rice, boiled chicken for 7 days and slowly introduce a dry food to that... and slowly faze out the bland food

    I also find wetting the food with plain water helps too especially if your pup scouffs its food.

    Boiled Pumpkin can help too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Netty View Post
    Here Here SPRV...

    I would also try Eaglepack, a bit pricey but they have one for tummy's that is meant to be great.

    I would also try a bland diet if nothing seems to be working... Something like boiled brown rice, boiled chicken for 7 days and slowly introduce a dry food to that... and slowly faze out the bland food

    I also find wetting the food with plain water helps too especially if your pup scouffs its food.

    Boiled Pumpkin can help too...
    Yup agreed!
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    We feed Eaglepack Holistic Select puppy right now and the dogs thrive on it Nice coat...no allergic reactions etc

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    my cat farts that why me call her ssc there two farts my cat dose one a i love you fart and two bad smelly fart

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    Quote Originally Posted by kassie jones View Post
    my cat farts that why me call her ssc there two farts my cat dose one a i love you fart and two bad smelly fart
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    I feed my puppies purina supercoat and they took to it really well with no stomach upsets or anything. they fart and it stinks but they're not full on bad or anything

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    Personally, my husband would love to have a dog who passes wind alot. It would take the emphasis off him all the time.

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    SPRV

    Fedra? said Aloe Vera is poisonous to dogs.

    It's one thing to smear a bit on a cut but I'm not sure I'd be feeding it to a dog. It's horribly bitter (I know from licking my own cuts - really should keep my fingers out of my mouth) and that usually means poisonous.

    ASPCA | Aloe

    Though I'm not sure what Aloe juice is. I do know if you cut a piece off the cactus and squeeze it out for putting on cuts and mozzie bites - it is more like a gooey gel, a bit like fresh egg white - though taste dramatically different.

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    I have to get a recipe off a friend, her dog got a small cut on his face and of course vets cost a lot of money even for sall things like that so she mixed something with honey and applied it to the cut and it kept the skin together and healed.. no infection or anything. Just cant remember what that something is..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by organicsab View Post
    I have to get a recipe off a friend, her dog got a small cut on his face and of course vets cost a lot of money even for sall things like that so she mixed something with honey and applied it to the cut and it kept the skin together and healed.. no infection or anything. Just cant remember what that something is..!!
    honey has superb healing aspects

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