My dog gets sick and throws up immediately after eating kibble she can eat hamburger and rice...
and also dog treats just not kibble. She is currently "not" eating Iams, but we have tried Beneful and that is not good as well.
If you go to your doctor and say, 'every time I do - well, whatever? - it hurts.' your doctor will say, well don't do it. It probably doesn't take too much brain work to apply that principle when feeding your dog.
It probably has stomach problems because you are feeding it junk food - hamburgers, and certainly something that can never be considered a dog's normal diet - rice.
By the way, what is kibble?
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