Guest WildSparkler Posted April 4, 2016 Share Posted April 4, 2016 Hello! Just wondering if anyone could have any insight! Roxy had been on Precise Senicare and doing well on it. But we decided to switch to Fromm (salmon) food, as I have heard good things and friends use it with good success. Mainly because the Precise was not sold in stores where we live, but is available by my parents house so we would buy a bag when we went to visit. It got annoying trying to plan when to get the next bag between visits. There is a place that carries other Precise varieties, and I could probably ask if they could special order the Senicare formula for me, or find somewhere to order online like Chewy.com or something.. But! The issue.. Roxy has been switched over for a few weeks now and is recently having more of this issue. She likes the food fine, and has always been a good eater. We have not changed feeding times either. But now it seems more recently she is getting the grumbly tummy in the mornings, like a lot of dogs get in the morning with an empty stomach, and she won't want to eat. She will eat however, if we mix in some yummy peanut butter or something..haha. But she hardly ever seemed to get grumbly tummy in the morning with the last food. The other times she had upset tummy was when we we're fighting hooks, but then that was accompanied by awful poos.. And thank the Lord her poos have still been good! So would it be possible we didn't get them all even without the icky poo? Or is it just empty stomach? Could the new food not..stick with her as well or something? That seems silly, but those are the only reasons I could think of. We have just started to split her dinner and give her a snack before bed, and that does seem to help the grumblys, but do you think we should stick it out, or try switching back to the other food? Thanks for any input/advice Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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