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Thread: Giving Fromm's a shot

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    Default Re: Giving Fromm's a shot

    Quote Originally Posted by Jlambe View Post
    I received my Fromms yesterday and mixed in a 1/4 of the new food. I wish I would of video taped his reaction to the new food. He took one bite and then looked at me, and his expression was "what is this new food you are feeding me" haha he basically picked out all the new and put it on floor, ate his old food then went back to finish the new food. it was pretty funny, so I don't know if was saving the best for last, or still trying to get use to the new food.
    That would be Bulldog OCD chiming in.... no changes, ever. He will love it in no time
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    Default Re: Giving Fromm's a shot

    So far everything is good with the new food, he seems to like it and everything is looking fine, stool, fur and energy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jlambe View Post
    So far everything is good with the new food, he seems to like it and everything is looking fine, stool, fur and energy

    Excellent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jlambe View Post
    So far everything is good with the new food, he seems to like it and everything is looking fine, stool, fur and energy
    That's fabulous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samantha Orts View Post
    We just switched June from the Fromm puppy to the Beef Frittata. She has never had any gas before, which is surprising because everyone tried to warn us of how bad it was going to be! She's almost 6 months old, but we switched her to the all stages food to hopefully rid her of the tear stains (hoping grain free is what she needs).
    This was us exactly. Winston is about a month older than June by the sounds of it. Pink puppy bag until Winston was 6-6.5 months and then switched to pork and peas. It was either the apple cider vinegar or the food but tear stains went away and he rarely has gas. And he's gets uber excited when it's breakfast/dinner time. Sits on the carpet until told to leave and there is a constant stream of drool every time as he sits.

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