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Dog treats / Treats for sensitive tums?
« on: Dec 17, 2017, 12:14 »
Since I am moving Alfie on to food for sensitive tums, it makes sense to also consider what treats we give him. Do any of you know of suitable treats? We use Wagg treats at the moment.

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Introductions / Newbie
« on: Dec 17, 2017, 12:11 »
So hi! I jumped right in with a question, so I guess I should come here and introduce myself! I am married mum of 2 grown up kids, and owner of the most gorgeous golden retriever in the world, 20 month old Alfie. We also have 2 cats, Poppy & Oscar and various fish  ;D

I live in a small village just outside Grimsby, and work as a Trading Standards Officer here in North East Lincolnshire.

I have always been a cat person, Alfie was my present to hubby on his 50th birthday, as he has always adored goldies. Safe to say, I am now firmly also a dog person!

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Update - I have ordered some MM NaturNah from Zooplus, based on the reviews on this site, both by the site itself and by owners. So finger crossed!

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Thanks for that info, Dottie  :) I have had a look and am very interested in the MM stuff!

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Hi all  :)

I have a 20 month old big (40kg) male golden retriever who is happy, active & healthy, apart from the fact that he occasionally has episodes of diarrhoea or vomiting. Never both at the same time, and fairly random. He's been checked over by the vet again today, who thinks he just has a sensitive tummy. He's currently on Wainwrights Large Breed adult dry food, with a spoonful of Pedigree Chum mixed in. So I am now thinking I should try him on something more specific to dogs with sensitivity issues. I do know that high fat foods like some chews etc make him have loose stools, so we cut those out ages ago.

I want to keep him on dry food, something which is good quality but doesn't cost the earth and also that is not difficult to source - I'm happy to buy either in store or online.
Alfie and I thank you in advance for any advice!




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