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    My 5yr old lab has trouble emptying his glands. His stool is soft and I have been told by vets that it takes firm stool to help the glands to empty.

    We have tried a few different foods, but he is also a picky eater. He sometimes won't eat breakfast until dinner time. Any suggestions? We went to a grain free food that firmed it up a little.

    Thanks.
    Don & Judy

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    you could try a grain free like Orijen if you don't mind the price.

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    Pretty expensive, but will give it a try.

    Thank you!
    Don & Judy

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