Sounds like Hope really suffered with it
Noah's food is all grain-free, only thing he has been fed that isn't is the chappie which I tend to always have a tin of now just incase of a bad upset as it seems to cure a dodgy tummy instantly.
It's just not something I would want him on all the time though as it isn't really suitable for a growing puppy nor are the ingrediants particularly great.
He's on Lily's kitchen at the moment and i'm introducing bits of Acana Pacifica kibble slowly into his meals, Lily is very heavy in veg peas/carrots and I think that's what is causing the horrendous smelly huge stools and gas, thus why when he's finished his pack I'm just going to try Acana on it's own and see how he does on that, but since it's a kibble I worry it may be hard on his system to digest thus causing problems? ugh! idk.. see how it goes I suppose.
Was the pumpkin I linked the correct type?
I've been using the prokolin+ as the probiotic though I don't know if it's a very effective one? the vet when I saw her the otherday was going to sell that to me also for that use but I already had it. I have tried Goat probiotic yogurt but I think that started to upset his tummy so I didn't buy it again, other than that don't believe he has had anything dairy.
I don't think Noah's problems are as severe as what Hope experianced at all, thankfully! & hope it won't develop into anything worse, but he obviously is sensitive to some ingredients, I just wish I knew what exactly it was lol. I'm hoping the problems from the otherday were just from the gravel he digested&passed rather than an allergy or irritation from a food source this time. I would hate to have to deal with that again, must be a nightmare for regular full blown colitis occurrences, it is awful.
I just want to be able to get Noah healthy as possible and comfortable and the convenience of not having to deal with huge smelly soft stools, so delightful!