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    This is what he is on right now for food:

    Wellness Petfood. It's the core ocean

    Worried about the many starches in there, and feel the yeast infection won't improve i keep filling Guinness up with starches. Like shoveling **** against the tide


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    Quote Originally Posted by wfd38383 View Post
    Vet said fungal infection...no shock here. Gave us some medicated wipes (mal-let) and said lets get this under control before we switch diet and everything up. So will give this a shot for two weeks and see where we go


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    That's all they gave you is wipes? You can get those on Amazon too just slightly cheaper. But yes, getting him on a less starchy food may help.

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    I was a little underwhelmed to say the least. The regular vet whom we have who specialized in bullies was not there. This was was great don't get me wrong but I was hoping for something a little better in terms of answers/options to try from here


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    Quote Originally Posted by wfd38383 View Post
    I was a little underwhelmed to say the least. The regular vet whom we have who specialized in bullies was not there. This was was great don't get me wrong but I was hoping for something a little better in terms of answers/options to try from here


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    Vets tend to nit be very knowledgeable on nutrition--- that is not a totally horrible food but not right for your baby. Maybe look at other versions of Wellness... They have grain free I believe
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    Default Re: Help with staining

    Meals are actually not a bad ingredient unless there is no named meal, and I do think personally the timing is right for this to be food related, as it always seems to take a couple weeks or longer to really start seeing the impact any food will give overall. It only takes enough of one ingredeint in the food that he is not tolerating (which is why sometimes it takes weeks to see the overall effect, until there has been enough passed through the body day in and day out, kinda like a detox).

    I would try a potato and grain free, something with as least amount of sugar/starches as possible. Maybe Fromm Lamb and Lentil would be worth a try.

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