We always said Kearra had a "sensitive stomach" too. I found she did better
on Science Diet than Iams, and better still when I started mixing the
hairball control in it. But still, we had times when it was daily,
Never tried her on Pepcid.
At 01:18 PM 12/5/2000 -0800, you wrote:
> > Oliver is hanging on. He has good days and bad
> > days, and the bad days seem
> > to have nothing to do with his heart condition, but
> > rather, with an upset
> > stomach. The projectile vomiting seems to have
> > stopped, and I think it's
> > because he's holding it in.
>Saki was a throw up cat for 10 years. Extensive tests
>ended with a diagnosis of possible food allergies (I
>think the vets at that time just gave up) He would
>throw up at least every other day. When he was
>diagnosed with kidney failure, I started giving him
>1/4 pepcid daily. He rarely throws up now. Maybe once
>every 6 weeks. He also has HCM and the pepcid is OK
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