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katandcolin
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18-11-2010, 08:07 PM

Complete puppy food for sensitive tum??

Any one got any suggestions?

13 week old westie, currently on Wafcol puppy salmon and potato.

would be quite happy to keep him on this but cant find it anywhere - does anyone know a shop that sells it?!!

If not may have to look at something else

thanks guys
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18-11-2010, 08:15 PM
Our springer has had varying states of loose poo on JWB duck and turkey varieties with rice, so we have since changed to Wainwrights salmon and potato and although only since monday, so far so good on the poo front and him eating it readily and happily.

Wainwrights is from pets at home, so maybe you could compare the ingredients, P@home also do online shopping which is how i get my stuff.
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18-11-2010, 08:51 PM
Originally Posted by katandcolin View Post
Any one got any suggestions?

13 week old westie, currently on Wafcol puppy salmon and potato.

would be quite happy to keep him on this but cant find it anywhere - does anyone know a shop that sells it?!!

If not may have to look at something else

thanks guys
i thought pets@home did.
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18-11-2010, 08:54 PM
..at 13 weeks pups are laying down their 'gut flora' that and worming treatments etc....it can take a while for poos to sort themselves out,doesnt nes mean she has a mega sensitive tum...whatever you decide to feed your pup stick with it for at least six weeks.chopping and changing really wont help.
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18-11-2010, 09:09 PM
suki was reply bad as a pup the food she was okay on was raw or the frozen blocks from pets at home.
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18-11-2010, 09:09 PM
Pretty sure you can get it at pets at home. They also sell wainrights which is similar
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18-11-2010, 09:13 PM
Originally Posted by wallaroo View Post
Pretty sure you can get it at pets at home. They also sell wainrights which is similar
They do, I know because I wanted fish4dogs, and they told me they sold Wafcol.
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18-11-2010, 09:25 PM
Thanks for all your replies
Its my mums dog. She said she had been into petsathome and they only seel the adult wafcol
i went onto the website ..couldnt find it??? will have another look

Aware re changing food... it would be last resort and would wean him when he is a bit older if getting this food was going to be hard...

Last resort will get it online, was just loathed to as it is on websites ive never heard of before...

fingers crossed can find it

The pups showed no signs of sensitivity is just mums always had westies and theyre reknowned for it unfortunately
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18-11-2010, 10:52 PM
Hi Kat have you looked at the Wafcol stockist list , there are a couple in Blackpool...
http://www.wafcol.co.uk/stockists.php

I have used Wafcol in the past as part of a mixed diet and used to get mine from a local vets....
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18-11-2010, 11:00 PM
Originally Posted by Minihaha View Post
Hi Kat have you looked at the Wafcol stockist list , there are a couple in Blackpool...
http://www.wafcol.co.uk/stockists.php

I have used Wafcol in the past as part of a mixed diet and used to get mine from a local vets....
Minihaha you are a star!! Thanks so much will tryone five mins away tomorrow xxx
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