OH My sweet Simon!!!! His royal naughtiness decided to eat a non-food item and it seemed to do something nasty to his intestines. We just got back from the vet, who did blood work, x-ray ( have you ever seen a Saint Bernard lay down for an x-ray???? not pretty!) and found no obstruction- thankfully. BUT- whatever he ate, it screwed up his eating, pooping, everything. Now we are trying to mend his tummy and intestines with antibiotics. Any recommendations to a whole health treatment? We cook his food now because he does not eat gluten, and limited grains. Plus I like cooking for him- he's so sweet watching me patiently as I carve meat for him!!! After he finished his meds, I plan on probiotics- any suggestions? Also- at 2.5 yrs he is still a big chewer- I would like to find a good healthy treat for him during the day, and a strong chew toy (preferalbe something that does not look like a child's toy!) Thanks for your help BTW- he's 154 lbs now! What a horse Be well Amyjean I hope to upload some shots of him- he's sooo freakin cute!