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    ahh, fruit. he likes frozen mango and pineapple and bananas. he likes everything basically lol.
    i think i need to simplify things for a bit. On top of the new food. Oh dear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megdav View Post
    ahh, fruit. he likes frozen mango and pineapple and bananas. he likes everything basically lol.
    i think i need to simplify things for a bit. On top of the new food. Oh dear.
    Yeah, we always do frozen after an 'incident' with unfrozen banana in December. Not nice afterwards

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    dozer is 8 mos

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    @megdav
    Yes, I would simplify things for now. I would also do a slow transition with the food, the formula in the adult is different so the belly can upset. Slow transition and add pure canned pumpkin in as well. You can find it at the grocery store in the baking isle, just be sure its 100% pure pumpkin. That will help settle his belly. A probiotic is a great idea as well, helps keep the bad stuff under control and replaces it with good in the gut. If you want take him down to a bland diet for a few days - (boiled rice, hamburger, egg with some water) give his tummy a few days to recoup... then SLOWLY start adding in kibble increasing it little by little everyday. Keep adding the pumpkin as well, maybe a tablespoon or 2.

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    I'd back off on all treats for a couple of days and even back off on the amount(1/2-3/4 of normal serving) of food you are giving. Kibble and water only until his gut settles then add one more day. Only then should you begin introducing treats or supplements...one at a time giving them a chance to show if they will be tolerated.

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    @rjisaterp and @TyTysmom @oscarmayer have given great advice, I listened these folks plus several others as I wondered my way through raising Joey from 8 weeks. Please follow what they have said, SLOW process, go back to the beginning. It sounds like so many dietary changes going on and too much for Dozer to handle. There is TON of amazing information here, I think I read for 2 months straight after getting Joey. It really is all right here, everything you need to know and the people are wonderful and will help but do yourself a favor and research/read as much as you can here, it helped me more than anything. Hope Dozer feels better really soon!
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    Yes, good advice above! Cut back on all extras and keep the furball close at night so you hear if he needs to go out! Concering treats, I'm not sure they are needed; when he tolerates the kibble, you can use that as training treats too.


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    thanks everyone!!!
    ( i think our house still smells like )
    lol

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    Pumpkin and plain yogurt helps

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    You've already been given great advice above, so nothing to add, just wanted to say I hope Dozer feels better soon, and his tummy settles down. I've also heard that you can give a dog Pepto Bismal to settle the stomach. I'll look up,the dose for you and post it.
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