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  1. When we got our puppy at 11 weeks he was being fed Bakers and had very runny poo so we weaned him off gradually like you're supposed to and tried him with James Wellbeloved fish and rice. His poo got no better so we took him to the vets and had samples etc done..all came back negative so vet gave him the prokolin and told us to feed him chicken and rice and scrambled egg for a few days. This went on and still no better even with a bland diet so she told us to wean him off the JWB and try him with Chappie wet food which helped firm him up slightly. It gives him terrible wind to the point where he cries with it and he's started having really runny poo again the last few days, so I really don't want to keep him on it. I'm at my wits end with the whole thing..it's been going on 6 weeks now and I really need to find a food he can tolerate so he can put a bit weight on. I don't mind paying for something decent and am preferably looking for something with a high meat content and not so much cereal etc. Any ideas of what to try him on? He doesn't have any treats at the minute apart from dried meat and carrot. Also how long should you persevere when your'e trying new food? Thanks in advance Julie
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