100% Pure Pumpkin canned
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Rating: 4

Constipation relief

posted 5 years ago

I read an online suggestion to try this for a kitten's constipation. Just a little dab (less than a teaspoon) worked for us. Note--this kitten was about three months old; I don't know if it's safe for younger animals

Pros: feels better

Cons: none

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Rating: 5

Another great additive to kibble for weight loss plus aids with stomach issues!

posted 5 years ago

Pumpkin is another staple of my dog pantry since it can be used for both diarrhea and constipation as well as a filler for weight loss diets. Make sure you're buying the 100% pumpkin though! Sure, your dogs will LOVE the easy pumpkin pie mix, but it's got added sugar and spices which negate the health benefits.

Suzuka, who hates the low salt green beans, loves pumpkin, so I added this to her kibble for a long time. Unfortunately, the small cans don't last very long in my household, and it's become harder and harder to find the larger cans in the Austin area.

I also used pumpkin when I had a foster dog with chronic stomach issues. While it didn't completely fix Stinger's problems (he turned out to have food allergies, some hardy worms, and other stuff going on), the pumpkin certainly helped with his horrific diarrhea.

Essentially, canned pumpkin is something I think that dog owners should have on hand or know where to get as sort of a "first aid" remedy. For non-emergency digestive situations, it can be a great help and cheaper than a trip to the vet.

Pros: Available at most grocery stores, most dogs like it

Cons: Can be expensive, hard to find larger cans

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