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    Is there anything else I can give Lola besides yogurt for the calcium and digestive help? She has been on yogurt since I got her in her breakfast and it doesnt agree with her she gets the runs right after then her poop after lunch is back to normal maybe its the milk in it that doesnt agree with her?

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    My babies liked low fat cottage cheese, but that is dairy! Maybe a soy or rice cheese, or goat cheese!

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    Hmmm .... have you tried a little cheese??? Maybe it's not the dairy ... but the cultures in the yogurt that are disagreeing with her stomach.

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    So would cottage cheese be a good idea?

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    I would buy probiotics and prebiotics, they are much more potent than just yoghurt and many dogs can't handle dairy at all. If you want to add calsium in a very natural way crushed egg shells are good.

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    Be careful with soy it usually does not agree with bullies, if you are thinking it's lactose you could try cabot cheese it's lactose free

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    My Schultz's tummy doesn't like yogurt, cottage cheese, or the like...so we use Animal Essentials Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics (I get it from Amazon) its a powder that can be sprinkled on meals....

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    I will have to try that powder! I am giving her a multivitamin everyday too. Im more concerned with calcium and iron with how fast she is growing right now.
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    i would think with the vitamin and her food she would be getting enough of both of those. meat has calcium and iron in them also just a thought. i give sarah a probiotic since she is allergic to milk. good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    I would buy probiotics and prebiotics, they are much more potent than just yoghurt and many dogs can't handle dairy at all. If you want to add calsium in a very natural way crushed egg shells are good.
    we gave lola crushed egg shells mixed in light cream cheese in a kong about 3x a week when she was a growing pup

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiiSi View Post
    I would buy probiotics and prebiotics, they are much more potent than just yoghurt and many dogs can't handle dairy at all. If you want to add calsium in a very natural way crushed egg shells are good.
    Good suggestion!


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