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No. My greyhound has a very sensitive stomach and could never handle probiotics. They made his poop even softer. However, he did handle the raw just fine -- served straight up.

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No, we've never used probiotics.

 

My greyhound has a sensitive tummy and my mixed breed can eat just about anything - both handled raw very well right from the start, no loose poops.

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No, not when switching over...

 

 

I will occasionally give some if there is some diarrhea but I don't know that it makes a difference :)

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Not for either of mine, although I was feeding yogurt at the time of the switch.

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