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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by janey70, Aug 5, 2009.


  1. janey70

    janey70 PetForums Junior

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    hi to all havnt been on here for a while been so busy :( had to move sudenly so forgive me . tj is now 14 weeks and growing fast he is on james wellbeloved puppy dry food which he loves but he seems to get awful wind im not sure if this is a common problem for puppies or staffs ? ive tried him on pedigree chum tin food during the move and his wind was just as bad hes been wormed to date as well as fleaed so has anyone any ideas as his clearing the room with his smell lol :eek:
     
  2. sueyoung

    sueyoung PetForums Junior

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    Hi, I have an 8 mnth old staffy x who has bad wind, when she was on jwb she too could clear the room , now she is on ag, although she has nearly as much wind the smell is much more bearable.
     
  3. janey70

    janey70 PetForums Junior

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    thanks sueyoung nice to no im not alone lol which food is ag?
     
  4. EmzieAngel

    EmzieAngel PetForums VIP

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    I think ag, is Arden Grange :)
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    yes it is:D
     
  6. janey70

    janey70 PetForums Junior

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    thanks have heard of that but can be an expensive buisness keep changing his food just brought a diffrent flavour of jwb so see how this works :)
     
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    Burrowzig PetForums VIP

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    Get some charcoal biscuits for dogs and feed one before the meal, or charcoal tablets which you can get from health food shops, one or 2 tablets per day. They really help with wind. Also try giving some live goats milk yogurt. Wind is a symptom that something in the dog's digestion is not quite right.
     
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    Alfalfa is supposed to make them trump:)
     
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