Q: My cat throws up after eating. I have tried several vets and tried various foods but she still throws up. It only happens at certain times as she will not throw up for weeks then suddenly will throw up after every meal.
A: Defining an accurate cause of feline chronic vomiting is sometimes difficult.
Try feeding your cat a Wellness canned diet in several small meals per day. Don’t feed all the food in one meal. Do not let your cat have constant access to dry food and feed less if excess weight is an issue. In this case- I recommend feeding feline canned Wellness. It is lower in fat and carbohydrates while enhanced in fiber and contains 148 kcal per 5.5 oz. can.
Q: Our 50 lb dog has a sensitive stomach. We give Wellness® Complete Health® Super5Mix® Chicken Recipe. If we give her any kind of treat outside of that she gets very gassy which we believe is caused by allergies. Are there any tests to perform to see what your dog is allergic to? Or is it trial and error?
A: There are blood tests available for diagnosis of canine food allergies. Most dermatologists do not rely on them as reliable for diagnosis; they believe that the elimination diet trial using a novel protein (trial and error) is the standard for diagnosis of food allergies.
If you and your vet determine that your dog can tolerate chicken recipe treats, you may want to try the Pure Rewards Chicken & Lamb Jerky.