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    Re: Runny Poop

    You've got some good advice! I hope you get to the cause of this problem soon! I hate when my boys are loose!

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    Re: Runny Poop

    Quote Originally Posted by mix123 View Post
    Hi. Hanna is now 7 months and has been eating First Mate Chicken and Blueberries for All life stages since September. All was going good firm stools and she was doing really well on it. Then recently all of a sudden her stools started getting runny. So we put her on a bland diet for a bit until her stools looked good then started her back on the food. It would be good for about 3 days then she would get really runny stools pretty much liquid. Then back on the bland diet to firm it back up...it looks good...then back on the food...3 days later same thing really runny poop.

    I'm assuming it must take 3 days for the food to get all the way through her and give her problems? It's just strange because she was doing so well on it and then it just gradually started upsetting her. We've cut out all treats and don't feed her anything else trying to figure this out. Anyone else ever have this problem? Should we try another food?
    Is it the same bag of food? The food could be tainted. Chicken is a big food allergen and according to our dermatologist just because they ate it before doesn't mean they don't develop an allergy. Raw pumpkin clears up diarrhea. The kind you get in the can by LIbby that has no spices added to it. Works like a charm.

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