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    DefaultProPlan Users...symptoms?

    I'm trying to keep up with this, but there seems to be so much information, and I don't know what to read and what not to! Like what do I check on the bag, who would I phone..etc etc etc

    But my concern is this:
    I just got back from our evening walk, and both Sam and Kona had loose (not runny), greyish colored stools.
    They're both on ProPlan Sensitive Skin and Stomach.

    Oi.

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    DefaultRe: ProPlan Users...symptoms?

    Kim - both of mine are on ProPlan SS&S and I have not seen any symptons of any kind.
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    OK Sharon, that's good to know.
    I'll keep an eye on my 2.

    Who both look a lot like yours, haha! :P

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    Mine are fine too. I feed Lamb & Rice and Performance, though.
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    I've not had problems. Take a stool sample to your vet and check for parasites.



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    I feed my girls ProPlan Chicken & Rice. Molly had 2 episodes of vomitng, but both times were after swimming in a pond for training. Abby is fine. I had blood work done on both girls & it is fine. Our vet sent a stool sample out on Molly to check for parasites.

    I have called Purina several times in the last two weeks. There is a number on the dog food bag but it is for the place that handles the nutrition end of it. I also called customer service and spoke to a Gail. She said they get their products from North America. I just hope that is the truth. She said no product came from China.

    If all these recalls were not going on....I would never be thinking about the food, but you just never know now. The food is the first thing I think of now.

    I hope your two are fine. I agree with Labby...take a stool sample to the vet.

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    I feed it to all 3 dogs...no problems here.

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    Mine get Beef & Rice and we've had no problems.

    My hubby did a lot of research on Pro Plan a couple of days ago (when Dani posted about the rumor) and he also said all their product comes from North America.

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    DefaultRe: ProPlan Users...symptoms?

    5 on chicken based pro plan (puppy, adult, performance) here and no problems.

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    Casey eats PP C& R.

    Yesterday morning she had a very soft and mushy poop and my first reaction was to panic and think "oh, no, bad food!" Her subsequent poops have all been fine, though, and I think she probably just committed a dietary indiscretion when we were out walking in the woods. That's always a problem here in the spring when everything that died over winter emerges from the snow and begins to rot and emit enticing aromas. I try to keep her away from it but dogs will be dogs... :

    Like Georgie said, I wouldn't even be thinking about the food if it wasn't for all the recalls going on.

    How are your boys' poops this morning, Kim?

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