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    Quote Originally Posted by dieMuttivonBifi View Post
    Is that like a supplementary enzyme for digestion? Bifi's tear stains is so bad again it's like red wine coming out of his eyes. Wonder if this would help.
    @dieMuttivonBifi see above for the digestive info. that Rosalie posted.


    Quote Originally Posted by brutus77 View Post
    I just looked at the ingredients and it has 62mg of Bromelain in it whick is used for digestion. So it would probably help his tummy also.


    I didn't know Bromelain was used for digestion. Thanks, learn something new everyday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    If he's not licking too much and the cysts are resolving on their own, I wouldn't worry (yet).
    I know that the food we use is crappy. But if it helps alleviate their allergies, it's not crappy for them. I'd rather Blue be comfortable and happy, then on a higher quality food and miserable. It is what it is.
    But if he doesn't get relief by the time we're done with this bag, I'm taking him off it.
    Is Blue on the HP? I usually notice relief right away. Although digestive issues are really our major problems. He does have allergies but we can deal with them. I cannot have him vomiting and being feverish and lethargic. If I tried to continue with the food change he then goes into a bacterial infection in his tummy. This is what he was hospitalized for in February.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    @dieMuttivonBifi see above for the digestive info. that Rosalie posted.




    I didn't know Bromelain was used for digestion. Thanks, learn something new everyday.
    That is what is great about this site, what we all learn together because we all have similar problems. My order should be at the house on Wed. I am going to start it immediately. I will look at all the ingredients of both this and the NuVet and if nothing is the same, I will give both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brutus77 View Post
    Is Blue on the HP? I usually notice relief right away. Although digestive issues are really our major problems. He does have allergies but we can deal with them. I cannot have him vomiting and being feverish and lethargic. If I tried to continue with the food change he then goes into a bacterial infection in his tummy. This is what he was hospitalized for in February.
    Yep, he's on the HP. We haven't noticed relief yet because he caught kennel cough (or influenza) around the same time we made the complete switch. He stopped eating so I had to boil hamburger and rice for him. He was eating that for a little while.
    Then, when he got better, didn't want to go back to the Royal HP. I was using various toppers up until a few days ago. Now he's back on it but we're doing training- so here come the special treats..sigh.. I can't seem to keep him solely on it.

    Rosalie- is his problem mainly an allergic reaction to the food (vomiting, fever) or skin allergies from the protein? Because the formula he's on is the Rx for skin, right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    Yep, he's on the HP. We haven't noticed relief yet because he caught kennel cough (or influenza) around the same time we made the complete switch. He stopped eating so I had to boil hamburger and rice for him. He was eating that for a little while.
    Then, when he got better, didn't want to go back to the Royal HP. I was using various toppers up until a few days ago. Now he's back on it but we're doing training- so here come the special treats..sigh.. I can't seem to keep him solely on it.

    Rosalie- is his problem mainly an allergic reaction to the food (vomiting, fever) or skin allergies from the protein? Because the formula he's on is the Rx for skin, right?
    I think it a food allergy mainly. He gets a reaction to the protien in the food. He gets ear infections, cysts, and ultimately a bacterial infection in his tummy. I was understanding that the HP was a hydrolized, hypoallergenic food. good for sensitive digestion
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    Quote Originally Posted by brutus77 View Post
    I think it a food allergy mainly. He gets a reaction to the protien in the food. He gets ear infections, cysts, and ultimately a bacterial infection in his tummy. I was understanding that the HP was a hydrolized, hypoallergenic food. good for sensitive digestion
    I wonder if the food @Marine91 is using would help either or both of your furkids?


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    interesting... i would love to stop the Benedryl... maybe I will get this for Banks too
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    @Blueberrys Mom @brutus77
    I know Josephine also and I started Chum on Inflamzyme about a year ago. He has done absolutely great on it..no tear stains or skin problems at all...I'm put Hershey on it too about a week ago because he's had numerous allergic issues in the past and so far so good with him! I recommend it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chumley View Post
    @Blueberrys Mom @brutus77
    I know Josephine also and I started Chum on Inflamzyme about a year ago. He has done absolutely great on it..no tear stains or skin problems at all...I'm put Hershey on it too about a week ago because he's had numerous allergic issues in the past and so far so good with him! I recommend it!
    This is really good to hear. I can't wait to get mine and start them on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chumley View Post
    @Blueberrys Mom @brutus77
    I know Josephine also and I started Chum on Inflamzyme about a year ago. He has done absolutely great on it..no tear stains or skin problems at all...I'm put Hershey on it too about a week ago because he's had numerous allergic issues in the past and so far so good with him! I recommend it!

    Thanks for the info.
    How many times a day do you give it? She said twice, morning and evening.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueberrys Mom View Post
    Thanks for the info.
    How many times a day do you give it? She said twice, morning and evening.
    Yes I give it twice a day...with breakfast and dinner....thats what she advised me also.
    Good luck!

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    I think I'm going to get this Inlamyzyme too. @Chumley, you didn't notice any adverse rxn's w/Chumley when he would take the tablet? I get nervous when it's a human-made med that we give to our dogs. But it sounds like it's safe. I want to give it Tate b/c he gets very bad tear stains and Finn b/c he licks paws and is itchy often.




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