Thank you! I added a bit to her breakfast and she loved it!!!Not much pumpkin needed for a Chi. Maybe a teaspoon. I just grab some with a fork and mix it in. I'm a poop checker, so as long as it's not to soft or they don't struggle to go we're good. I personally add either yogurt or pumpkin to their dinner.
Ok well I guess we will see lol! Vet said pumpkin or even Metamucil.Paco is on Stella and Chewy's and has been for a year, and i still have to do the monthly express at the vet. I'm going to try the pumpkin as well, He also gets missing link vet formula which has 15% fiber so go figure.
Some dogs need the anal glands expressed more often than other, especially if on a kibble food or low fiber food. I would first just try adding some pumpkin to the meal for added fiber and learning to express the glands yourself ( your vet can teach you and there are good you tube videos on the subject too).I have a long hair female that just naturally scoots. I use beneful incredibites so what can I add to help her? I'm not sure if it's the food because my short-hair boy does just fine with it and has never scooted