coconut oil as well as a small piece of cheese and little lunch meat because she supervises me making my lunch. She was on Fromm's food which contains 18% fat and we did the coconut oil...also got a little steak on steak night. And every now and then she got some fried egg on Sunday mornings. It all added up and took a toll on our girl. So now, all of that is cut out. As far as treats...Fromm makes treats that contains 5% fat (Liver and Cranberry) and our vet is good with that. Her food is Royal Canin Gastrointestinal which I add poached chicken breast to cut out the mundane. I also give her Nu-Vet vitamin supplement every couple of days because it has liver in it...I do not know how much fat there. We are ever so careful now because I almost killed her. I did a thread last year in November under Health topic.
I notice what you and @Vikinggirl discussed. Our fur kids are little vacuum cleaners. Last year, our Bentley got an acorn and he came down with the worst case of gastritis. The poor guy could not hold it and he had projectile water hose poop. I ended up taking the day off from work to stay home with the kids (Jewel and Bentley) and monitor Bentley. When I took him out in the morning (it was still dark) he tried to go and it was all air...that fart was so loud I swear he woke up some neighbors as their lights came on...maybe coincidence. That toot made the bean and fart scene in Blazing Saddles look like Bambi and Godzilla when comparing the scene to Bentley's thunderous evacuation of air. Gosh I felt so sorry for my little guy but I kind of had to laugh because the loudness of his passing gas was not expected. LOL. Needless-to-say, we try to watch Jewel and Bentley like hawks when they are outside and they are never outside unattended just for that reason.
I am glad to hear that it is not an obstruction and is only a stomach bug?
How is Tucker doing this morning?