Seriously, he's killing me here.
He might have a food sensitivity. Pay attention to which foods don't make him gasey. Some bread with peanut butter or plain yogurt might help settle the stomach. Try a gluten-free diet. Adding a dental rinse for dogs into his water may also help since it reduces bacteria with chlorhexidine and sometimes contains mint. I use Petrodex for my pets.
"Treatment: Treatment is directed toward the specific disease. Dogs with villous atrophy are managed with gluten-free prescription diets. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth usually responds to one or more courses of an oral broad-spectrum antibiotic. The addition of probiotics and live culture yogurt products may help in treatment."
Answer by hellokittykat at 8:58 PM on Feb. 7, 2013
Answer by Sierrarose99 at 7:43 PM on Feb. 7, 2013
Answer by funlovinlady at 7:46 PM on Feb. 7, 2013
Here is an idea http://www.ehow.com/how_8146462_cure-dogs-bad-gas.html I wonder if givin them charcoal would work, it does for fumans . Ask your vet.
Answer by sunshine196 at 8:45 PM on Feb. 7, 2013