I'm not sure what to do about his diet since he's not really wanting to eat much. I gave him cerenia last night and he still only at a bit of dehydrated.
He had been eating Acana Ranchlands or Grasslands kibble (with some fresh additions) for a few years because that's what worked for his gut. A couple of weeks ago I accidentally bought Orijen red meat thinking it was Acana ranchlands. OOPS.
Monday, when I took him to the vet, I picked up a box of NRG dehydrated which the dogs always seem to think is very tasty. It's a lot lower protein and phos than Orijen and has oats which have always had a settling effect on his upset belly. http://www.nrgpetproducts.com/vitality/
I got him the bison since chicken and salmon are iffy for him and the dogs seem to like red meat. Sometimes he'll eat a bit, sometimes he won't. It worries me when he won't eat real food like yogurt or raw eggs that he has always liked, but I guess I'm going to have to get used to it. He has eaten a couple of sardines. Knock on wood, he's had OK poo so far.
"Cooked free range meat, ( NRG Original Canine Diet is available in free range buffalo, beef, chicken or wild caught salmon) naked oats, wheat germ, eggs, liver, carrots, grapefruit, winter squash, broccoli, cranberries, limes, papaya, apple, parsley, garlic, goat milk yogurt, flax seed, cider vinegar, egg shell, olive oil.All fruits and vegetables used in all our diets are raw, and edible table grade quality."
On today's to do list is making him some liver broth to keep him drinking and hope he'll eat. He's not thrilled with hanging in an ex-pen, but that's teh only way to keep Rosie and Will from snarfing down food he hasn't eaten.