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Old 05-13-2010, 03:22 PM
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THANK YOU for posting that CaliTerp!! Yes, I heard stress too

Keeping in mind that there's a chance it's *not* the Evo, I should probably still gradually introduce the new kibble, right? I'm going to try a fish protein. Poor guy was a farm area stray & probably ate crap his whole life ... strange to think he's got a delicate tummy (the big moose)
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I don't know how to transition properly. Everything I read said to gradually change foods, but when my dog was pooping liquid, essentially, I didn't feel much of a need to do a gradual transition. Why keep feeding her something that was obviously upsetting her so badly? I just swapped completely one day. My dog's not picky, so she was fine with it.

Good luck - let us know how the new food goes.
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Old 06-12-2010, 05:28 AM
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I use anything soft and smelly. Chicken, sausage, luncheon roll, roast meat, steak etc that can be swallowed quickly and easily. Nothing she has to chew, because she often doesn't bother and if it's too big/dry she'll have to cough it back up. My dog has a real sweet tooth though so for special things like trials she gets a bit of Krispy Kreme donut LOL
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