We have a beautiful black lab named Wyatt who will turn 3 next Week. My mother brought a box of milk bones last year as a treat. We don't generally feed milk bones as treats. In fact, we aren't that much of a treat house, except carrots and small training bits, with the occasional raw hide or lick the peanut butter knife. So, we put them in the back of our hall closet with the toys we rotate out for him and other supplies. One of the kids left the closet door open and Wyatt, very out of character, got into it an ate the whole box! So, three days later he is pooping butterscotch pudding. He otherwise seems fine, so I think this is just the bad food that he isn't used to. Anyone ever had this situation? Wondering if I should go to a rice/hamburg diet for a bit or just keep him on his Canidae ALS, which he does great on. I'd appreciate the advice.
This too shall pass. I'd leave him be.
'Don't grow up too quickly, lest you forget how much you love the beach.'
~ Michelle Held
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