Getting to the Bottom of Your Pet’s Sensitive Tummy

Your own careful sleuthing can sometimes detect the food behind unpleasant gastrointestinal symptoms.

She has a sensitive stomach” is a common refrain heard by veterinarians. People want to know why their otherwise healthy cat vomits or has diarrhea or flatulence on a not-infrequent basis. The symptoms are not life-threatening or even terribly severe. The cat soon returns to herself. But owners are rightfully concerned. And food manufacturers are […]
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