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anyone on the pedigree trial?

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idontlikealdi Wed 04-May-16 18:32:57

Ddog had an upset stomach two weeks ago, pooing in the house which he hates. Cleared up after 24 hours. Apparently he has just done it again (diarreah, carpets - lovely).

Could it be the food, anyone else had issues with it?

He did catch a toad on Sunday and managed to chew a bit of its legs but if that was going to upset his stomach before now.

Don't want a debate about the rights and wrongs of pedigree please - just wondering if anyone else has had the same issue before we go off to the vet.

dementedpixie Wed 04-May-16 19:48:42

My sisters dog gets the runs with pedigree chum tins as did her neighbours dog

Wyldfyre Wed 04-May-16 20:08:13

I don't think it's possible to answer your question about the rights and wrongs of the brand as the two are highly likely to be linked.
Pedigrees major ingredient is wheat which a lot of dogs are intolerant to. It also lacks any real protein - which is needed for firm poos.
Give scrambled eggs for now to bind him up a bit.
I do recommend changing as its obviously not agreeing with him.
Take a look at Go for nothing less than a 3 out of 5. Look for one with a named meat source as one of the first three ingredients and avoid anything with maize or wheat as many dogs are intolerant.
Price is not an indication of quality - there are plenty of poor foods with a top price tag.
In my view one of the best price to quality ratios is Skinners Field and Trial as its about the same price as Bakers/Pedigree/Wagg but far superior quality.

Wyldfyre Wed 04-May-16 20:08:46

*without talking about the rights and wrongs

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