I am going to try to address the answers to many of your questions in the comments. You all helped and responded to how to help Havi's tummy on Thursday!
As far as the teeth, you guys were all over the place. Dental Student is going to buy wipes and let you know his review later this month!
1. Holistic Vet - This is definitely an option. But why do so many of you favor a holistic vet? Do you see one for yourselves?
2. Pumpkin - While a good idea, this is more of a quick fix.
3. Her poops do not look like cow pie. They are usually semi-solid. When she has these bouts in the middle of the night, its ultra loose and looks to be covered in a jelly film. (There's a sentence I never thought I'd type!)
4. Wellness Large Breed or Orijen Reginal Red food. This is always an option. However, Evo Red Meat is already the third food we have tried with Havi. (Hill's Science Diet, Wellness, Canidae)
5. We have not ruled out IBS, however, there is no cure for that in humans, is there one for pups?
6. Another opinion - Next time her tummy acts up, this may be what we do. Fresh eyes are always the best! We've gotten a few NYC recommendations. Any others, who loves their vet?! Why do some people jump to a specialist?
7. ProBiotic - She is already on one! Missing Link!
8. Endoscopy - May be our next step with the new vet. We have also heard sonogram.
9. Our fears with a raw diet is because we're just kinda grossed out by it...and truthfully don't get it. It would also hurt our wallet.
Most common question: MILKBONES. Yes, we know. Crappy food/treat. Especially because we give her a grain-free diet. Honestly, we know this is not what caused Havi's problems. We did many diets where we add in all foods and take out all foods. Milkbones are just so mild (despite their grains) that they do not influence her tummy.
Next step: Next time Havi acts up we think you are right and going to another vet. But holistic, specialist, or regular old vet-thats our next decision. Sigh, no pet insurance, but that discussion is for another day.