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    Quote Originally Posted by ImAGuinneyPig View Post
    If I remember, it takes at least a few weeks before you can really notice the effects of the salmon oil. Guinn has been on it since we brought her home as she had terribly dry skin. She gets 2 squirts every morning. She has a flake-free, shiny, and very soft coat. Anyone who pets her comments on how baby soft she is.

    The thing I do know about giving too much salmon oil is that it can cause the runs. Not sure about gas. But it all comes from the same end, so there might be some connection there
    Could be could be! I wonder if I am just being too picky because Cooper really doesn't shed a lot and he has good skin and I think he is pretty soft....that is until you pet his sister she is very soft but they have 2 totally different coats! No runs here thank god! I am just afraid with all the gas one day he is just going to explode!

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    Default Re: Salmon Oil, Food, & Gas

    I've heard that canned no sugar added pumpkin helps with gas

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    Default Re: Salmon Oil, Food, & Gas

    Grains are an issue for bullies and chicken, well there are a lot of bullies allergic or have some sensitivity to it. Banks is highly allergic to chicken - hives if she has any. And, I notice her yeast issues and tear stains are pretty much gone since taking potato out of her food.... Fromm Beef Fritatta is the winner. Also, think about getting the full blood screen alergy test done -- takes the guess work out of it.

    As for the --- it is probably the oil. We use the fish oil pills --- no gas
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    Default Re: Salmon Oil, Food, & Gas

    Quote Originally Posted by Cooper11 View Post
    Did you notice the less shedding right away because so far I see no difference on Coop!
    No, it didn't happen right away. I noticed the shedding was better by the end of week 2, and now it's much better by week 3. It was very noticeable to me since I wear a lot of black and those little white hairs get stuck everywhere!

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    Boozy was on fish oil and salmon based food when I adopted him and his farts were a pphhthh of death. (Made for a long car ride home) Once he was off fish oil and on only hypoallergenic food the death farts disappeared and only pphhthh of eye watering gas remained, which was a huge improvement. Dermatologist told me that a lot of dogs are sensitive to fish of any sort.

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    Hello Bully lovers!

    i am brand new here (signed up about 2 hours ago) and i must say im loving it already! i adopted a 3 month old female named muffin 3 days ago and we love her to death! i guess my question is- will she be okay with salmon oil at 3 months? id rather be safe than sorry.

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    Default Re: Salmon Oil, Food, & Gas

    Glad you found our forum. It's been a while since my bullies were puppies so I will defer to others for their expert advice but in the meantime let me tell you we love pictures. We can't get enough of these wonderful bulldogs so when you get an opportunity please post some pics of Muffin. With a name like Muffin she's got to be a real cutie! Oh, and ask lots of questions about anything bully cuz we put our smarts and experiences together here to help each other out. Is that cool or what? This is the best place for a new bully parent so it's fortunate you found EBN!

    Wilson & BabyGirl

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    Default Re: Salmon Oil, Food, & Gas

    I had all three of my puppies on fish oil when I brought them home. So yes, you can your give your puppy fish oil. Pics would be lovely, by the way and welcome, we are one big happy family
    Kim, Lord Sebastian, Sir Oliver, Remy Le Beau, and Gracie Lou <3

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    Thanks! This family is awesome! will post pics of Muffin ASAP.

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    Default Re: Salmon Oil, Food, & Gas

    I give it to mine and shes around 11 wks old. I havent noticed any farting at all...but shes on fromm surf and turf now and gets the salmon oil. I use the kind that has the grain free treats too and she gets some of those. My husband hates the smell and she has bad "sea breath" but no farts....yet. HAHA

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