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I recently changed my bulldogs food from Purina Pro Plan to Wellness Puppy. It has been about 2 weeks since the change and he still has diahrrea. How long will dogs have diahrrea after changing foods?

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You should be doing a gradual change. 90% old food 10% new food, 80/20, 60/40 and so fourth until you have migrated to the new food. This helps them transition better.

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make sure you cook the meat real good. Sometimes if the dog meat isn't fully cooked, you'll get the runs!
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You should be doing a gradual change. 90% old food 10% new food, 80/20, 60/40 and so fourth until you have migrated to the new food. This helps them transition better.
im actually currently doing that right now.

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You should be doing a gradual change. 90% old food 10% new food, 80/20, 60/40 and so fourth until you have migrated to the new food. This helps them transition better.
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You should be doing a gradual change. 90% old food 10% new food, 80/20, 60/40 and so fourth until you have migrated to the new food. This helps them transition better.
+1 and that process should take a couple weeks!!!!
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I recently changed my bulldogs food from Purina Pro Plan to Wellness Puppy. It has been about 2 weeks since the change and he still has diahrrea. How long will dogs have diahrrea after changing foods?
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