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Old April 3rd, 2010, 09:35 AM
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It might take the pumpkin a little time to do its work. How much did you give him?

He may be developing an intolerance for one of the ingredients in the food--maybe a grain or even one of the protein sources. And yes, those intolerances can develop even after a dog has been on a food for a long time.

You might want to talk to your vet about a probiotic appropriate for puppies, too--we noticed a vase improvement in our dogs' stools when we started regularly adding a probiotic.

Poor little guy! I hope you and your pup get some sleep soon!
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