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Mac suffers from dreadful wind. Sometimes in the evening the atmosphere is barely breatheable. I've been told that there is something that we can add to his food which will prevent this. Anyone know what it is?

 

And any ideas why he's doing this - wrong food, too much or what?

 

Any advice and help welcome.

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Cody had digestion problems - I added Prozyme, a digestive enzyme that helps to break down the food as they eat it. MIGHT help with killer grey-gas!

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How long as Mac been eating this food--it might be his system adjusting, or it might be a good food for other dogs, just not for Mac.

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Ahhh, the clear the room type. Often food change helps, but I don't know what he's on, how long etc. I'd start there to be honest. Different foods work differently for different pups. Have you tried a probiotic? Not sure how much that helps in the wind dept but it calms the stomach. Yogurt also does the same thing ;)

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