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yesterday I change my 4 month and a half old female german shephered from Royale Canine Junior to "Reflex Doog food" (Puppy) and since last night she had been pooping more often. and Today morning She pooped twice ! Is this okay ? And what do you think about the nee food ? i asked and have been told it is good
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yesterday I change my 4 month and a half old female german shephered from Royale Canine Junior to "Reflex Doog food" (Puppy) and since last night she had been pooping more often. and Today morning She pooped twice ! Is this okay ? And what do you think about the nee food ? i asked and have been told it is good
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I can't find a list of ingredients anywhere to be able to know what is in the food.
 

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I ran the ingredients that I found on their website through a translator and they do not look all that good.
Reflex Puppy Lamb & Rice
İÇİNDEKİLER: İşlenmiş Hayvansal Protein, Buğday, Mısır, Buğday Kepeği, Hayvansal Yağ, Mısır Gluteni, Pirinç, Kurutulmuş Şeker Pancarı, Keten Tohumu, Ciğer Aroması, Kurutulmuş Kuzu Eti, Tuz, Kuru Bira Mayası.


processed animal protein, Wheat, corn, wheat bran, Animal Oil, Egypt Gluteni, Rice, Dried Sugar Beet, Flax, Lung Essence, Dried Lamb, Salt, Dry Beer yeast.

The beef formula has just about identical ingredients.
 

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Aside from what sounds/looks like not a great food, also it seems to changed to a completely new food all at once. Most dogs should be gradually changed over to avoid stomach/digestive issues.
 

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The ingredients in this food are very bad............PROCESSED ANIMAL PROTEIN? A good food will name the protein ie;Chicken,Beef,Lamb etc. unnamed protiens could be diseased animals, roadkill, and of course all mixed up and unable to single out, if your dog develops an allergy, and of course both corn and wheat are grains that can spark allergies. I don't know where you are located so I can't really make any suggestions I can only say you should perhaps research on what makes a good dog food and then see what is available to you.
 

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First, did you slowly transition the dog to the new food? When switching a dog to a new food you had to mix their food over a week period (day one- 3/4 puppy food 1/4 adult, day two- same, day three- 1/2 puppy food 1/2 adult, etc.) If you don't switch their food in this manner, they may go into shock and they will have explosive diarrhea or other tummy issues. If you did try this, then you may just need to find a different type of dog food. But normally, you wouldn't stop feeding a puppy puppy food until they are a year old. Due to the fact that puppy food has a lot more nutrients in it to help them grow fully
 
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