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    Default Re: thinking chicken is the culprit

    We think Hudson's problem was chicken too. He went from Eukanuba (during our ignorant stage) to Wellness turkey/chicken which he liked and helped his energy and bully physique to the Wellness Core Ocean. We can't find it in any stores around here, but we order it from Petflow. Seafood does seem to be the general consensus around here.
    We just finished up a long course of antibiotics and steroids, so good luck with your progress! We're still working at it too!

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    Cool Thanks, just wanna prepare to do whats best!

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    @jmill79 Where is your bully coming from?? The reason I ask, is that there is a big possibility that he/she is not on Fromm at the moment. Therefore when you do get your new baby I would keep them on the old food for a day or so whilst they adjust to the new surroundings. Then start to SLOWLY switch them over to the fromm. For both our bullys we took about 10 - 14 days to complete the switch (maybe we were over cautious, but there is nothing worse than a dog with an upset stomach!!) Every 3 days I would increase the amount of fromm and gradually switch out the old food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazzy220 View Post
    @jmill79 Where is your bully coming from?? The reason I ask, is that there is a big possibility that he/she is not on Fromm at the moment. Therefore when you do get your new baby I would keep them on the old food for a day or so whilst they adjust to the new surroundings. Then start to SLOWLY switch them over to the fromm. For both our bullys we took about 10 - 14 days to complete the switch (maybe we were over cautious, but there is nothing worse than a dog with an upset stomach!!) Every 3 days I would increase the amount of fromm and gradually switch out the old food.
    Coming from a breeder and this is exactly the plan. We have a while to go but I'm trying to become the best prepared I can be! Thanks!

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    Chaos was actually maintaining his weight on the 4 starr foods, not nessacarily putting on weight like he still should be, so we put him back on the fromm puppy. So we will c how this works out. He has always put on weight perfectly, but this trip had lost 2 lbs.....good luck
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