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    Quote Originally Posted by helsonwheels View Post
    What makes you think she has stomach issues as I haven’t followed for a while. Is she on meds or throws up or something....
    I say stomach, but it could be another area in digestion. She's been having repeat bouts of colitis. This last bout still around even after latest antibiotic round. That's what she's been diagnosed with each time I've taken her in. She'll clear up, then seem fine for some time, then gets sick again. We are probably looking at more testing, she just doesn't seem to be rebounding and staying that way. Stool not staying formed, sometimes throws up, turns away at her food. Also gassy, digestive system makes a lot of rumbling sounds and she seems uncomfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maizy View Post
    I say stomach, but it could be another area in digestion. She's been having repeat bouts of colitis. This last bout still around even after latest antibiotic round. That's what she's been diagnosed with each time I've taken her in. She'll clear up, then seem fine for some time, then gets sick again. We are probably looking at more testing, she just doesn't seem to be rebounding and staying that way. Stool not staying formed, sometimes throws up, turns away at her food. Also gassy, digestive system makes a lot of rumbling sounds and she seems uncomfortable.
    “IF” she has been diagnosed by a vet for bouts of colitis which basically is inflammation in the large intestine, you need to get to the inflammation issue. It’s not by changing just the food the issue unless you go completely raw. You need to add an anti inflammatory product to her daily diet. I would go with organic turmeric with a pinch of black pepper. Absolutely needs to be organic n never forget the black pepper as it releases the full potent of the turmeric. Without the black pepper it’s useless. Also start using fermented sauerkraut or fermented veggies. That’s the ones in the refrigerated section n not on the shelf. You need these two examples as they are more powerful than yogurt. Plus the more she takes antibiotics the more she’s killing her good cells. Why she needs probiotics n an anti inflammatory added to her diet especially while on antibiotics. Antibiotics also kills the good cells why you need to balance her gut. You want to solve all this, get her on a raw diet. Raw has it’s own natural probiotic especially the green smelly tripe. Freezer section in your pet shop. If you don’t want to go raw, stick to Acana.

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    @BabyDuke, thanks I may try this. She's really hard to get to take pill form things, it used to be I could hide it in things like peanut butter etc. but she's wisened up to these after being on various meds.
    We used watermelon or vanilla ice cream to hide pills. A real winner now is liver wurst


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    We used watermelon or vanilla ice cream to hide pills. A real winner now is liver wurst


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maizy View Post
    @BabyDuke, thanks I may try this. She's really hard to get to take pill form things, it used to be I could hide it in things like peanut butter etc. but she's wisened up to these after being on various meds.
    Oliver actually chews these , he thinks they are treats! LOL this really helped him with his stomach issues, he used to puke all the time trying different foods, now he rarely throws up ever. Good Luck
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