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Old 05-01-2014, 06:19 PM   #21 (permalink)
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It is normal for dogs to vomit if drinking after exercise.

We are told NOT to let our dogs gulp water after agility and training.

What feeding to exercise routine do you have?

Do you use a dry or "salty" treat on walks?

How old is Boomer?

Sorry more questions but you are not alone you just have to unravel your own dogs needs to make it work.

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Old 15-01-2014, 08:15 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Skinners Salmon costs me about £24 a 15kg bag via Amazon Subscribe&Save system
Cheapest I can find it at is £30.24 for 15kg or £27.22 with subscribe an save. I have found some minor differences from various online suppliers, (think I am familiar with most).

After dog having some increasing wind issues with last brand of food I have instead been feeding the Skinners Duck & Rice. With his second 15kg bag near finished I was contemplating trying the Salmon.

I had thought that not many moons ago Skinners Duck & Rice was circa a little over £20 & their Salmon & Rice circa £24 or thereabout. Looking at the Skinners site today they state Duck is £26.50 RRP & Salmon is £30.45 RRP
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On Amazon skinners has taken a big price jump recently. We have started getting it from seapets which is a lot cheaper, the duck and rice was £23 a bag, I got 2 bags so also got free delivery.
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I have just checked.. on seapets the duck and rice skinners is £23.45 and the salmon and rice is £26.95 for a 15kg bag
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Thanks - I think that is about the best price when ordering two bags. I also looked at VetUK GWTitmuss & Berriewood.

Locally I can source it at £30. A massive saving of 45p from RRP, others want the full RRP and nobody interested in price matching online suppliers.

Anyway numbers aside and focusing on diet I was considering this due to the fish and fish oils which I felt might be good with digestive system and for condition & coat.
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Old 14-10-2017, 12:14 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Sounds like your having a tough time

I have 2 dogs with sensitive tums

My older boy sounds like your BOO, he now has a daily Zantac, what was causing the vomiting after walks and drinks was acid in his tummy, he is fed AQA sensitive for Fish and Tapica dry and gets white fish, sweet pot and porridge as a top, he digests this well so far. I find that dry food for some dogs is difficult to digest, so soaking the kibble and mixing wet.
Do not introduce a new food straight away its about 7 to 10 days with little amounts that's why dogs get the runny poo, you need to gently reintroduce a new food.

You need to find a diet that works for you, home made diets are only good short term.

Have you tried pro botics like protexin they are really good, my dogs are on daily DC and if they get runnies its the pro kolin and pro fibre

My young girl has IBD that's another story
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