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I will likely keep him on Fromm for now. He’s thriving. He looks great, has energy and is doing well. So if his poop is soft for now, I will be at peace with it. I would rather not switch food at this time. I will wait and see. I am still open to hearing from those who have switched from Fromm to other foods with solid poop success!
Thanks for all the help folks!
We lost our 6 year old Great Dane to osteosarcoma. It’s very aggressive and bone removal is is the best way to combat it but it often spreads. Unfortunately we couldn’t amputate her front leg as Danes put 60% of their weight on their front legs. It would have been tough for her to have a quality of life.
I did have two fecal samples tested two weeks apart from each other. All negative. He is on metronidazole and it helped what was diarrhea. He’s also on Fortaflora and I have added pumpkin to his food. Right now, he is only on the Fromm Large Breed Adult. My breeder is adamant against anything labeled “puppy”. I have noticed that the ingredients are pretty much the same.
He was on Pro Plan Focus when I brought him home. He had very loose stools on that. And I was not happy with the ingredients.
- This reply was modified 3 years, 7 months ago by Gina H.
Hi, I have a Great Dane pup who has loose stools on Fromm as well. I am wondering what any Dane owners found to work for a firmer stool? And yes, the dog food world is overwhelming! I have read more than I ever dreamed I needed to and have lost sleep over what to feed my growing puppy.