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    The flea/tick medication was Fluralaner. It was given as a single dose in September and we really didn’t see a complete improvement until January since it is a time released formula . Our vet did give him a shot for nausea/diarrhea initially , and recommended the specific diet modifications I mentioned earlier. Another post recommended multiple feeding times/ smaller quantities, I think that is important as well. We keep with 3-4 small meals, almost snack size for our guy and he does well with that schedule.
    If you have any other questions feel free to reach me directly at [email protected]. Good luck I hope this start to improve soon🙂

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    Crazy Richards peanut butter….

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    Had a similar experience with our golden pup. He had a reaction to a popular flea/tick medication… our vet said it would take 3-6 months to get out of his system, hopefully without long term systemic damage. We used vetri probiotic bd and royal canine for gi (prescription only) and an antihistamine shot initially. He responded well, diarrhea stopped, and his appetite improved…. Would not recommend corn in any form… too harsh for an already up set gi tract… but what worked for us was a vetri science vitamin supplement to improve his appetite, as well as fresh foods ( only organic blue berries, apple slices w/o skin no seeds!, cucumber, banana, carrots, boiled chicken, boiled turkey and of course peanut (crazy Richard’s brand) only peanuts no additives. In addition to his Royal canin kibble. So far so good…. He was 2yrs in July’21 and about 90 lbs… hope this helps…

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