He LOVED, LOVED, LOVED it!
And he could tolerate it too. No diarrhoea.
A whole box for Willy.
Monge is a cruelty-free food. It is not tested on animals.
Of course everyone wanted some too.
But luckily I stopped by the vet's and asked for advice. The vet said as long as there is still some "pastiness" in the stools, Willy should still be on ID and the vet also prescribed another two days of Clavomox (a total of 7 days) to help clear the infection more completely. So it looks like Willy cannot be released yet tomorrow. Another two more days...
I asked if it would be good to let Willy go on ID for a longer period since he had had the diarrhoea for so long, the vet said that's a good plan too. I was worried Willy might have a chronic intestinal problems due to the severity of the diarrhoea that burned his anus and scrotum.
So I bought a pack of Hill's ID kibbles for Willy plus another two cans of ID.
Better let his intestines heal properly since we have already gone this far. Might as well go all the way.