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Chloe

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Chloe's Story

Chloe was having really bad diarrhea for more than 3 months. We immediately saw our regular vet and we tried everything from changing her food (Nature's Variety Instinct Limited Ingredients) to other foods, we added supplements, took away supplements. We tried antibiotics as well. Nothing worked. She lost weight and continued to have chronic diarrhea. We decided to take her to Animal Specialty Center in Yonkers, NY. We did a scope of her belly and intestines which showed us that Chloe had severe IBD. We were told to switch her food to a hypoallergenic food Prescription Diet. We did that for another 2 weeks but nothing changed. The Dr. said we would have to put her on steroids to help with the inflammation. I went on line and researched hypoallergenic foods and came up with The Honest Kitchen which was recommended by our local pet store for our other dog that recently passed away. I decided to try The Honest Kitchen before starting the steroids. I hated to have to put her on steroids. Within 2 days Chloe's diarrhea was gone, she was alert, and active. She has continued to be healthy with no signs of IBD for over 4 months now. Thank you so much. Nancy

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