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    Tanya is offline Senior Member
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    DefaultChange of food = change in breath?

    I have noticed Rocky breath smells abit more. He has seen the vet so nothing wrong there. The change began shortly after a food change...could that be the cause?

    oh and it's not a putrid stink, it's just more noticeable than it was before.
    Charlie (foster) and Rocky

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    DefaultRe: Change of food = change in breath?

    If he is having trouble digesting something in the new food it could cause bad breath.

    What is in the new food that was not in the old?

    Digestive enzymes may help.


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    DefaultRe: Change of food = change in breath?

    His breath seems to have settled, or I might just have gotten used to it.
    It was a new bag, but a brand he was on a year ago. I'm likely not going to finish the bag - it was just to test a theory (if food was related to his cyclycle diarhea). But he's itchy as can be. I'm going to have to decide between going back to Orijen or trying EVO (I considered TOTW but it's not sold anywhere around here)
    Charlie (foster) and Rocky

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