Post # 31
Another vote for Orijen! It worked wonders on my pups. We tried so many different things and he would throw up at least every other day on most foods. He has a really sensitive stomach but as soon as we switched him to Orijen the vomiting stopped immedietly. It is pricey, but so worth it. I’ve heard Acana is good too, it’s slightly cheaper but it has less meat (and therefore less protein). We use OptaGest Probiotic whenever he’s having tummy issues and it also works wonders.
It feels like we’ve been through it all with our little guy and we finally figured out what works for him. Highly suggest trying out Orijen and staying away from wheat based foods like Royal Canine (or any food found at Petsmart/Petco).
Post # 32
Here’s another vote for raw! It is more expensive but I swear it’s the best option, for all dogs but particularly for those with digestive issues. My dog used to have regular liquid poo until I committed to a raw chicken food, and now his poo is small and perfect. I also occasionally give him a chicken wing / drum / quarter so he can clean the tartar off his teeth. He’s small, so the cost is manageable and to me worth it to have him comfortable with good poo.
Post # 33
Yeah, Orijen is a great food! We are definitely grain free in our house. I even make grain free treats! BUT I started freaking out about kibble because her little colon does SO great on raw!!
That’s exactly her, liquid poo unless she eats raw! She’s been on a commercial raw for a while, but we just went to a local store that makes their own raw and are going to try that. It’s definitely cheaper, fresher, and still raw. I do worry that we are switching proteins on her, though. Hope she does well with it!