I'd like to hear from others who are dealing (or have dealt) with megacolon and/ or regular gut-flora disruptions. (I've received excellent advice from an HRS member but am hoping to hear more stories; I just might glean even more great advice.) My one Mini-rex girl, Zoe, might be described as having a dalmatian pattern (white with dark brown spots on her nose, around her eyes and down her back). Since babyhood, she's had continual gut-flora issues. First, she was treated for Coccidiosis. Since then, she's had steady digestive problems, namely gassiness/ tummy upset, regardless of how healthy and nutritious her diet. She's always had abnormal fecals (ranging from very tiny to cow-pile size); nothing seems to make a difference in terms of their abnormality. One month ago, I had the gamut of tests run on Zoeto better determine the cause of her issues. X-rays revealed excess gas in her cecum; blood work revealed certain elevated liver enzymes; and a fecal swabrevealed an imbalance of three bacteria types, whichincluded prevotella. She was treated with Baytril and is still taking Bene-Bac and an herbal remedy for her liver enzyme count. So for this past month, I've had her on Oxbow timothy hay and a small amount of leafy greens (two types only). Her tummy is so sensitve,I don't dare overdo it with too many veggies. I alsoeliminated Oxbow (Bunny Basics/T) from her diet months ago. Of course, now I worry that she's not receiving enough nutrients; but the other option is to potentially throw her tummy into a whirlwind. Any amount of pellets seem to cause her issues. Too many veggies seem to cause her issues. Only hay seems to be relatively "safe." Egads!