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Need NEW Grain Free Dry & Wet...

Sara KangSara Kang Member Posts: 403
edited 21 October, 2011 in Food & Nutrition
We've all been experiencing wet stool on the Wellness, same with Evo, and Merrick even a month or more after eating it! We are on grain free Merrick dry too. Can anyone recommend a wet grain-free food (wet and dry) that doesn't cause the runs? One of us has a sensitive tummy, and has been vomiting food here and there, we want to know if there's a grain free brand that is more sensitive on the tummy? TIA! Tabitha and fammy

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  • Ralphie RandyRalphie Randy Member Posts: 399
    edited 3 October, 2011
    It sounds like they might have a sensitivity to another ingredient besides grains. I've read that chicken is a common allergen for cats, as well as some thickeners and other additives. I would suggest comparing the labels of the foods that are giving them tummy troubles, and see if there is a common ingredient or ingredients. Then try other foods that do not contain the suspected ingredient and see if that will help you isolate the cause. Good luck!
  • Laurel KowalskiLaurel Kowalski Gateway to the WestMember Posts: 486
    edited 3 October, 2011
    A temp. solution is probiotics, something like Eagle Pack Holistic Solution. They also make a transition one too. A good website for you is www.ibdkitties.net.
  • LaVona DavisLaVona Davis ChicagoMember Posts: 7
    edited 3 October, 2011
    I'm new here but thought this may help. I had the same problem with Wellness and Mom change me over to Nature's Variety. It is grain fee and has chicken, lamb, venison, beef and rabbit flavors to chose from, so in case it may be a allergy to say chicken you could try another flavor. I've been doing great on it and my stools are back to normal now.
  • Lisa ProvostLisa Provost Member Posts: 4,486
    edited 3 October, 2011
    AAHHHHHH I have trained you well grasshoppers! MOL! You guys all got it! The Eaglepack stuff that Brownie mentioned works really well. :D
  • Kelly M-Kelly M- Member Posts: 779
    edited 4 October, 2011
    I had bad poops on Wellness too!! Then Alex told me about Eagle Pack Holistic and it tastes sooo yummy! We still have it in the fridge actually. :)) I eat a whole variety of foods and my poops are fine. My absolute favorite is Natures Variety Lamb. I also eat (when mom will buy me another bag, hint hint) Orijen dry food. Its grain free. I love my kibble. I hope you feel better! Purrz & Licks, Hunter
  • Paula K-Paula K- New YorkMember Posts: 2,244
    edited 4 October, 2011
    Slippery Elm powder is also good for soft stool, although it's not a probiotic like the Eagle Pack. It's a safe, natural additive you can put in their canned food that helps with tummy upset, diarrhea and constipation. You can get in a human health food store.
  • Debra PietrowskiDebra Pietrowski Sussex CountyMember Posts: 1,833
    edited 5 October, 2011
    We have been eating Wellness wet and it dont give us da poops - you can try Weruva, we eat that also.. it comes in small cans and packettes. The last food that gave me poopie problems was a dry food which was Before Grain chicken.. we loved it but it was not good to us.
  • Marie LMarie L Member Posts: 94
    edited 5 October, 2011
    I mix Blue Wilderness Chicken and Orijen Cat and Kitten (1/8 cup each) and poops are firm and small and normal. ;c;
  • Hannah EastmanHannah Eastman ChicagoMember Posts: 880
    edited 5 October, 2011
    i only eat fancy feast only classic ones are grain free. no gluten of any kind.
  • Elizabeth OwensElizabeth Owens Member Posts: 58
    edited 21 October, 2011
    Maybe it is too much all at once? I give my Toni girl half a cup of dry food in the morning and half a can of wet food at night. I would transition to all wet, but can't really afford to.
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