I'm been feeding Moses, Wellness Super Chicken for about 7-8 months with no problems until recently. He's gone through a mad spell of diarrhea. We've taken action, i.e. rested his stomach, boiled turkey and rice, Vet presribed Flagyl and a diet of Science Diet W/D mixed with I/D. Both of these techniques worked well until we re-introduced the Wellness (slowly of course), it would take about a day and then explosive diarrhea. I don't want to continue Moses on SD W/D and I/D one because it's not a good food and two because he's already skinny and those are typically used as a weight loss diet. So my question is, does anybody have any recommendations regarding a good, easy to digest, food for a Boxer? I've seen NV Duck and Potato mentioned on here alot, and am leaning towards trying that. I like the idea of raw but really don't think it's in the cards right now due to cost and time. I know that this is likely me being paranoid but when I got a new bag of Wellness, Moses sniffed it strangely and that's also when all the problems started, so I'm suspicious that I might have gotten a bad bag of food...regardless, I'm going to switch to something else. I'm putting the long (really) long version of whats going on below, if you're interested, or if it helps your suggestion.... About 3 weeks ago he started having diarrhea, we withheld food for a day to rest his gut and then fed him boild turkey and rice. It seemed to work, gradually put him back on his food (Wellness Super Chicken) and bam diarrhea again. So we followed the same steps again, but this time keeping him on the Turkey/Rice combo a bit longer and even more gradually bringing him back onto the Wellness. Well, same result and we went to our vet. He checked for giardia, looked him over (very thoroughly, we're very happy with this Vet) and here was his possible diagnosis.. 1.) Parasitic, Giardia- Fecel test came back negative 2.) Stress- Moses is a bit of a hung strung dog, and we had just taken care of our friends dog for about a week (9yr old Am Staff, that he lived with from 8 weeks to almost a year, so pretty much his "Mom") and she had returned home when this started happening. 3.) Some underlying medical issue (kidney, etc...this has to do with some previous pee issues that I won't go into now) He said he didn't think things meritted really going deep into this at the time and we should investigate other areas before going through a gauntlet of tests. The Vet decided to put him on Metronidizole (Flayl) for 7 days as he felt his gut probably needed it just to get everything working properly again, and put him on Prescription Diet W/D and I/D. Everything has worked wonderfull but once back on the Wellness, the diarrhea returns.