When transitioning to a new diet, it's natural for some pets to have upset stomachs (or even vomit) as the bacteria in their digestive tract adjusts to breaking down the new food.
If your pet is experiencing an upset stomach during the transition period, you can skip your pet's next meal to give their gut time to adapt. If they are experiencing vomiting or diarrhea, we recommend slowing your pet’s transition to give their system time to adjust more gradually. Slow your pet's transition down by splitting your 50% transition meals in half. For example, mix these now 25% Nom Nom portions with 75% of your previous food for as long as you think is best for your pet. You can continue to slowly increase the percentage of Nom Nom or move on to the 50% transition meal packs if your pet is no longer having stomach issues.
If you need further assistance, reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-991-0669 and our knowledgable Customer Care team would be happy to walk you through the transition.
If vomiting persists for more than 3 days or you are noticing a change in appetite or overall behavior, we recommend speaking with your veterinarian as they will have a better picture of your pet's medical history.
If for some reason your pet gets an upset stomach once already transitioned, it may be for a variety of reasons. We recommend either feeding a half portion at their next meal or skipping a meal to give your pet's digestive bacteria a chance to reset. If vomiting persists for more than 3 days or you are noticing a change in appetite or overall behavior, we recommend speaking with your veterinarian.