Our older dog Gracie had digestive issues earlier and did well on California Natural Lamb and Rice.  We decided to put Dyson on the puppy version of it.  We've been noticing that he has been having accidents a lot.  Sometimes he has had diarrhea.  We took him to the vet and his stools were okay.  She put him on metro. and flora for a while.  He was doing better. Then he started having accidents again.  We're thinking we may need to gradually change his food. We like to feed our dogs a premium dog food.  Ideally, we would like to eventually have them on the same food.  But, Gracie has done well on her food so I hate to switch her.  I understand the California was bought by Proctor and Gamble. Not sure if the food quality will change or has changed. 

Btw, Dyson goes for his neutering next Monday.  I will be so worried about him!

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