|Barked: Tue Feb 5, '13 5:25am PST |
|I tend not to reccomend specific foods because like in your case,many of the ones that people have mentioned here are simply not available in my area.
For example I honestly knew nothing about the quality of the brand you mentioned because I had never heard of it,but felt it was likely someone else had. Prices as far as what is affordable in any given area vary widely as well. My typical advice is to find a good quality food,that your dog likes,does well on,is easily available,and fits your budget. Even if what your puppy is currently on is not the best quality given his tummy troubles already a sudden change is generally only going to make things worse which was why I suggested if possible trying some very small bags or samples mixed with his current food and a tasty topper or additive. Allowing him to have his food away from your other dogs is also an excellent idea and may be helpful,certainly something to try. Most adult dogs do not need puppy food but as long as they are not getting sick from it,it really shouldn't do too much harm in the long run,except for possibly adding some excess weight they don't need which can be unhealthy. Good Luck in finding what works best for your pup it is not always easy and can take quite a bit of effort at times.Please keep us posted.
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