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Yes, I'm very sorry to hear about this--please, do keep us posted and we'll keep fingers crossed for a good outcome.

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Thanks for the well wishes! He's home now and doing a lot better. We think he was poisoned by an insecticide that was sprayed on our property by a mosquito company (they specifically told us it was dog safe and we made sure to keep him inside while it was being sprayed). Little guy can't catch a break
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I think my pup has developed a food sensitivity to his normal food, Purina Pro Plan Large Breed Puppy Chicken & Rice. After that, we tried Fromm Gold Large Breed Puppy, but with no luck. Both times, boiled chicken and rice seemed to settle his stomach. Pumpkin helped trouble finding any in
stores. In that time, he tested negative for worms and took antibiotics and probiotics as prescribed by my vet. I would like to move him to a sensitive stomach large breed food. Purina Pro Plan comes to mind, but the kibble size is very large and my pup doesn't really chew his food. He inhales it. He's thrown up twice since we got him, and both times the kibble was unchewed. Are there any large breed, sensitive stomach, grain-inclusive dry kibbles that anyone would recommend?
hello! I am new here so I don't know if I'm doing this right, but my dog has the same problem!! He has a VERY Sensitive stomach! He has really bad gas, and I can hear it in his belly going crazy! I feel so sorry for him I don't know what to do either! Please keep us updated on what works, I'm going to vet later this week.
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Also, u say you feed pro plan?? They have a pro plan for sensitive stomachs. I also used the Science Diet sensitive stomach and it seemed to help!
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hello! I am new here so I don't know if I'm doing this right, but my dog has the same problem!! He has a VERY Sensitive stomach! He has really bad gas, and I can hear it in his belly going crazy! I feel so sorry for him I don't know what to do either! Please keep us updated on what works, I'm going to vet later this week.
Still dealing with this problem intermittently. One more fecal test to do and then I think the next step is a fecal transplant to try to rebalance the bacteria in his digestive tract.

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Also, u say you feed pro plan?? They have a pro plan for sensitive stomachs. I also used the Science Diet sensitive stomach and it seemed to help!
Yes, I tried pro plan for sensitive stomachs as well--it is what my other dog eats. It didn't make a difference for him.
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