- Jul 4, 2018
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If you can do the wet, imho that's better. Charlie and his angels (3 girls) get three small wet food meals a day and at night a small amount of dry to munch on. It does help to ensure they are getting enough water and easier to find a variety with fewer things in it that Bowie might be allergic too or even sensitive to. Sometimes it's not even an allergy, simply a sensitivity that is bothersome to them.Good point!! Litter is first tonight and hopefully a different kind of food over the weekend. For now I am trying to give smaller portions over a more frequent period to limit his irritation/potential vomit. While I don't free feed he usually does graze when I put it down (I try not to take it away if I see he has some left he wants to come back to) and when he chooses to eat I feel like he's gobbling it up fast.
So far he is dry only but I've wanted to add in wet for moisture/fluid intake.
Funny enough the vet just called -- no sign of parasites, giardia, etc! Which definitely makes me feel so much better.
I actually just was able to get his anti-inflamm this morning but had to go right to work. I also have not administered the Revolution yet as he still has a few days before he's "due," but would you recommend waiting on that and trying the anti-inflamm first?
YAY!!!! no signs of badness! *does the happy dance*
I'd follow your vet's advice (which was probably to give the revolution when it is "due"!).
Very important to follow the Doctors lead.