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Guest kajhensley

I need advice for my Dixie. She occasionally has loose stools and yogurt takes care it. I notice Dixie had soft stools one day and then okay. This morning she woke me up at 4:30 am, she never does this, she had runny stool, then again at 7 am and she also threw up. I have put yogurt in her food, but she is a finicky eater anyway, she has eaten a little. She is still playing. We gave her some ham yesterday, maybe that was it, I don't know. Should I do anything else for now.

We got Dixie in December and have not had any health issues.

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Guest hamiesmom

I would think that it's the ham. Just let it run its course. I feed my boy, premium kibble, some quality canned food usually tripe. He gets a spoonful of yoghurt in the morning, and oh yes, he likes shredded medium cheddar cheese on top. He can be quite finicky at times, as well. So far so good.

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Guest BlackandBrindle

Feed her her regular dinner tonight- if there are still problems, I'd fast her for tomorrow...

 

 

You might also try some canned pumpkin to help firm things up :) If she's not used to getting 'extras' such as ham, it's quite possible that it upset her stomach.

 

 

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Guest kajhensley

Thank you for the tips and reassurance. Pumpkin did the trick. Dixie is better, still a very picky eater, but no more runny bathroom breaks. Thanks again, Kim and Dixie

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