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Old 21-08-2017, 08:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thats good then thank you
She's currently doing laps around the garden so she's obviously fine!
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I would stop using the pedigree treats, they are very poor quality and are not really good for her. When she is so young her kibble is more than enough for training

Whippy poos is common when small and it may well just be the extra treats
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Old 31-08-2017, 07:01 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I have changed Lolas food to royal canin jr on advice from the vets but now she seems constantly hungry.
I cant win at the moment! Her poos are a lot better now though and she has no wind
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I have changed Lolas food to royal canin jr on advice from the vets but now she seems constantly hungry.
I cant win at the moment! Her poos are a lot better now though and she has no wind
Royal canin is not a particularly good food either! It really is worth having a look at the all about dog food site at better foods. RC is very expensive for not so good ingrediants. If she is settled on it then that's good but it wouldn't be my choice.

Labs are always constantly hungry lol
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She seems to have gone off her rocker since having it, she can't seem to settle down. I have had a quick look at the site. I will have a proper read later
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If your vet is part of the CVS group, and several thousand are, they'll try to push Royal Canin on to you as they have a bulk purchase deal with them. RC is generally a triumph of packaging over content and is ludicrously expensive for what it is. We also were given Beta Purina Puppy mix for Bruce by the breeder and its rubbish, it really is. At five months he went onto raw and he's never looked back. He started pooing nuggets almost immediately, and much less of them. Bulmer is the one we use- its delivered to your door and is very good value too.
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Old 30-10-2017, 07:01 PM   #17 (permalink)
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She's been on wainwrights puppy dry now for 6 weeks and she's thriving on that. We did mix it with wet food for a bit but it made her very gassy.
We've settled on that now and she's doing great.
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She's been on wainwrights puppy dry now for 6 weeks and she's thriving on that. We did mix it with wet food for a bit but it made her very gassy.
We've settled on that now and she's doing great.
Thatís good news Not all foods will suit all dogs and its just working out which suits puppy best
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I have a 2-year-old labrador that I have been feeding Purina Pro Plan Sport to since I brought him home from the breeder. If you are interested in this food, check out purina dog food review
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You were warned on an earlier post Brook47, now you are gone.

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