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RebeccaRose77 on Best Low Fat Dog Foods Hmmm, I think I would have to get up an hour earlier then & give that zantac. I had a feeling that it needed to be given long before food. I know they make zantac in a liquid as we tried it once but it was $33 & I can't afford that monthly, the tablets as you can imagine are much much cheaper esp if you are splitting them. I might ask my vet about the Mylanta. There is also a product called Gaviscon. Are you familiar with that? It is a liquid too & love it for my own self &…March 28, 2015 3:28 pm
RebeccaRose77 on Best Low Fat Dog Foods Well, I think I was feeding less than the bag recommended already. She is 15lbs and I was giving her 3/4 cup a day. But that was divided up into three feedings 1/4 cup at 7am, 1/4 cup at 3:30pm & 1/4 cup at 10:30pm. Those feedings were structured that way between my vet & I because of the vomiting bile problem. And it worked for almost a year then problems started again. Thanks for all your suggestions :)March 28, 2015 2:50 pm
DogFoodie on Diamond Naturals (Dry) Diamond has a history of recalls, but even worse, a poor handling of those recalls. I reluctantly and infrequently include a Canidae product, which may or may not be co-packed by Diamond, in the rotation for my dog with multiple food intolerances.
I would never feed my dog only one food, especially a Diamond product. Think about what you'd do if / when Diamond has another recall and your dog isn't used to switching foods. March 28, 2015 2:13 pm
Sylvia on Diamond Naturals (Dry) So happy to hear you say that, my husband just bought a bag of the white fish and sweet potato, 2 of our 3 dogs have allergies. I told him I had heard many good things about Diamond as a whole, so when I read the review just before yours, I got discouraged (had been a while since reading all those other ones), but now having read yours, I'm rest assured. Thank you!March 28, 2015 2:02 pm
Sylvia Willhite on Diamond Naturals (Dry) So happy to hear you say that, my husband just bought a bag of the white fish and sweet potato, 2 of our 3 dogs have allergies. I told him I had heard many good things about Diamond as a whole, so when I read the review just before yours, I got discouraged (had been a while since reading all those other ones), but now having read yours, I'm rest assured. Thank you!March 28, 2015 1:53 pm
Crazy4dogs on 4Health Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) I prefer grain free, but I have a lab who does the same thing but shows no signs of allergies. He does it no matter what I'm feeding, canned/kibble mix, raw or fresh. I've tried researching it & the concensus is they're just wiping their faces. Others on this forum might have a better answer. March 28, 2015 1:35 pm
Lisa on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Yeah, this was like 28 years ago with the awesome pup I grew up with <3 She was allergic to everything. We tried everything. One fleabite put her through hell. She lived to 14 bless her little sweet heart. She had a very good life though, precious little girl awww I miss her so.March 28, 2015 12:19 pm
Kippi Greco-Schank on Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost (Dry) I have had my dogs, a Golden and an older mix breed, on Dinovite for the last 3 months and I just switched to the liquid form. They like it better. One of the first things I noticed is they aren't shedding or scratching as much. I also stopped their wet food and they are on Instinct chicken Raw Boost! They love it and the vet recommended it. If I give them wet food, I use Merrick grain free. Usually Duck. But with the dynovite and lickochops, they don't miss the wet food and they both…March 28, 2015 12:08 pm
LB on Meat Meal — The Mysterious Meat Concentrate Most People Know Little (or Nothing) About NATURAL BALANCE IS NOW OWNED BY DELMONTE CO....AND THE INGREDIENTS ARE CHANGED. ...CANOLA OIL❌ POTATO PROTEIN❌ Looking for new grain free food now, until they change the ingredients. THIS IS THE "DUCK AND POTATO FORMULA LID.March 28, 2015 10:18 am
erdoke on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed Shawna,
Official standpoint of the medical establishment is that "The two main causes of chronic kidney disease are diabetes and high blood pressure". As high blood pressure is also mainly caused by hyperinsulinaemia, I have not much doubt that it is high insulin and high blood sugar that are behind most cases of CKD.
As a consequence, a low carb, moderate protein and high fat diet seems to be the right approach to slow down further progress of the disease.March 28, 2015 10:11 am
neezerfan on Nutrience Grain Free (Dry) Looks awesome! I'll send an email to the company and ask about US sales.March 28, 2015 10:06 am
slice on 4Health Grain Free Dog Food (Dry) My dog is three years old, about 70 lbs (a fit 70). We've been feeding her 4health dry food (usually the salmon / chicken / lamb varieties, non-grain-free) and when she's done eating, she'll walk around the couch rubbing her face on it or rub it on the floor for a few minutes. She never has any digestive problems however. My first thought was an allergy to something in the food. Should I give the grain-fee a try?March 28, 2015 9:51 am
Crazy4dogs on Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diets (Dry) Labs are so adorable it's hard to post just one photo! :-)March 28, 2015 9:22 am
DogFoodie on Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diets (Dry) Hi Dusty,
I can think of a bunch of foods that don't contain egg or dairy. Are those the only two ingredients you have to avoid? Are you looking specifically for a dry food? March 28, 2015 8:24 am
Dusty on Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diets (Dry) I haven't tried them, but thank you for the suggestion (I'll look into them) and the compliment, I only meant to post one photo and they both came up. March 28, 2015 7:45 am
Crazy4dogs on Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diets (Dry) Handsome boy! I always rotate the protein on my dogs. Have you tried Nature's Variety instinct limited ingredient or Earthborn meadow feast, or Zignature limited ingredient formulas? There's no eggs or dairy in those. I'm sure there are others, but those are 3 brands I'm familiar with. March 28, 2015 7:42 am
Crazy4dogs on Best Low Fat Dog Foods Yes, fiber does that and most low fat foods have more fiber. I don't feed weight control or low fat foods, I just feed less than the bag recommendations.
I have a Min Pin foster that does the occasional bile vomiting. I give her a snack before bed time & a couple of snacks during the day. March 28, 2015 7:21 am
Dusty on Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Diets (Dry) Gus (1-1/2 yr. old lab) has eaten Fromm Gold Large Breed since he was a baby. When he turned one, he started itching (allergies) and Natural Balance Fish and Potato was suggested by out vet. He's been on it for about 3-4 weeks now and the itching has subsided quite a bit and his skin is no longer red and inflamed. I'm concerned about having him on this long term as I worry about mercury poisoning because of the fish and now I'm reading about the higher sodium level which I'll have to look…March 28, 2015 7:07 am
Susan on Best Low Fat Dog Foods Yes Zantac must be given about 1 hour before food, it works better & given every 8-12 hours... I was waking at 6am quickly putting the 1/3 Zantac down Patches throat giving him about 20mls of water from a syringe then going back to bed... then at 6pm another 1/3 tablet, Your girl would only need 1/4 of a Zantac of the 150mg tablets but I'm finding the Mylanta seems to work the best I get up give Patch 3mls of the Mylanta make his breakfast, make my cuppa, feed the cat & that takes about…March 28, 2015 2:16 am
RebeccaRose77 on Best Low Fat Dog Foods Thanks Susan, I used the "where to buy" tab on their site & they do have it at Pet Supplies Plus which is in the next town over. That doesn't mean they will have that particular bag but I can go there & check it out. I've tried her on wet foods, either canned or by wetting with a little chicken broth & she won't eat it. I stopped the chicken broth just recently just to see what she would do & she ate her food right up. Haven't used it in a few days. So she seems to prefer…March 28, 2015 12:00 am
Susan on Dog Food for Specific Health Problems Sounds like she has an urine infection, she will need antibiotics, she needs to see a vet & have it clear up, that would be very painful, she may also need a diet change..March 27, 2015 10:57 pm
Susan on Best Low Fat Dog Foods Hi Id say the higher fiber is giving the more poos cant you find another low fat & a lower fiber kibble, the "California Natural" weight management Brown rice & chicken meal & the fat is 7% & fiber is 3% its a limited ingredient kibble with only 6 or there's the Lamb & brown rice with Fat-7% Fiber-3% max with 5 ingredients..... when they have the acid reflux you're best with a low fat, low fiber, limited ingredient kibble......really you're better off with wet foods, easier…March 27, 2015 10:50 pm
RebeccaRose77 on Best Low Fat Dog Foods Yes, same amount. They are both chicken. And before January she was on a different Wellness recipe but it was Turkey, same Fiber % (4%). So pretty much there's nothing I can do right? Most of the low fat diets have a little higher fiber don't they? Amazing what 2% more fiber can do.March 27, 2015 10:06 pm
Crazy4dogs on Best Low Fat Dog Foods If you're feeding the same amount & it's the same protein, it's probably the extra fiber. More fiber will always create more stool. March 27, 2015 8:55 pm
Storm's Mom on Nutrience Grain Free (Dry) Ah, looks like it's just on the Canadian side of their site, perhaps only available in Canada at this point ..http://www.nutrience.ca/dog-food/nutrience-grain-free/dry-food/pork-lamb-venison-formula/
Good for me, not so much for you :-(March 27, 2015 8:36 pm
neezerfan on Nutrience Grain Free (Dry) Where did you hear this? I went to their website and didn't see it there. Those are the 3 proteins Reo can have!March 27, 2015 8:12 pm
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) your doing exactly what the doctor on this site on video said to do. every 3 months switch it up. Ive thought about it and seriously my dog has been eating the same food for 6 years..i couldnt eat the same thing that long so why should they. i believe its a great idea, i just never knew about it.. Once i get jovi settled on his issues..i'm going to switch it up for him too. although i'm reluctant since i'm not sure whats causing all the rashes. If its grain then its a no brainer..i will not…March 27, 2015 7:12 pm
RebeccaRose77 on Best Low Fat Dog Foods She was on 4Health Small Bites but just for a couple months. The kcal info for the 4Health is 3,439 kcal/kg (322 kcal/cup) Calculated Metabolizable Energy. Fiber was 4% max. Wellness Healthy Weight kcal is 3,180 kcal/kg or 325 kcal/cup ME.
Not only is she going more often but the stools themselves are bigger or just more of it shall I say. But the stool is not soft it's a good consistency & color.March 27, 2015 6:46 pm
theBCnut on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) I rotate. My last food was Nature's Variety, current is Canine Caviar, next will be Acana.March 27, 2015 6:25 pm
Fullgore on Milk and Dairy Products — Are They Safe for Your Dog? I don't think it's a good idea to give your dog Whoppers!(which are chocolate)March 27, 2015 6:16 pm
Crazy4dogs on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Oh, poor baby! My vet said that's the only way to really tell what they're allergic to.March 27, 2015 5:55 pm
Lisa on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Or rather 5 columns and 10 dots on each column.March 27, 2015 5:09 pm
Lisa on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) It was so long ago but they shaved her side and she had little tiny pin pricks all in a row like 50 of them. She was well taken care of though, no pain for the little girl <3March 27, 2015 5:08 pm
Crazy4dogs on Best Low Fat Dog Foods It could be the fiber but you would have to compare fiber and kcal per cup of the Wellness vs what you were feeding prior. Not every food has the same calorie count. There might also be a difference in the fiber percentage. Many of the better brand are more nutrient dense so you actually feed less.March 27, 2015 4:22 pm
Dan O'Brien on Kirkland Dog Food (Dry) With that web site as a source what will you feed your dog? I searched on every premium brand of dog food and they all came back with similar complaints from people just making a judgment without real information. Everyone on that site is speculating and nobody offers real evidence. Some dogs don't do well on excellent foods due to allergies and other sensitivities. You try different foods.
We are conditioned to blame companies and "make someone pay".March 27, 2015 4:19 pm
RebeccaRose77 on Best Low Fat Dog Foods I just switched my Shih Tzu to Wellness Complete Health Healthy Weight for the low fat aspect of it, she does NOT need to lose weight but has a history of vomiting bile on empty stomach (despite stretching meals out to 3 a day last at bedtime) and other digestive upsets after times of stress.
So she's been on it a week today and I'm noticing she's having more poops. She went from twice a day to 3x a day. Not happy with this new development but that's better than nausea & vomiting &…March 27, 2015 2:31 pm
Kay Richard Washburn on High Pressure Processing for Raw Dog Food I use Primal and have had really good results for my 2 Yorkies. They were itching and have other issues on other foods I had tried. I put them on Primal and as long as we stay away from chicken, they do great. Plus, they love the taste. Chicken causes a lot of allergies in dogs.
March 27, 2015 1:55 pm
Storm's Mom on Nutrience Grain Free (Dry) Nutrience GF has a new formula option - Pork, Lamb & Venison, which looks great! (I've filled out Dr Mike's update form) I just hope they don't do to it what they did with their Ocean Fish formula, replacing a lot of the animal protein with plant protein. I'm willing to give them another try with this formula because it fills a hole in my rotation that I've struggled to fill (particularly as it looks like Storm has developed a turkey sensitivity), but... March 27, 2015 12:17 pm
Shawna on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed One misconception is that protein "makes the kidneys work harder". They know that is simply not true as the filtering is a passive process. Protein, even in the later stages of kidney disease, is in no way harmful to the kidneys. Phosphorus is but phosphorus is high in many foods - including carbs, like quinoa.
The dog in my avatar had kidney disease from birth and was weaned on to a high protein raw diet (protein on a dry matter basis was 45 to 54%). She lived eight years and seven months…March 27, 2015 12:11 pm
Shawna on Fromm Gold Dog Food (Dry) Thank you so much catahoula59!!! So very kind of you to say!! :)March 27, 2015 11:29 am
Salty2 on Best Raw Dog Foods I was thinking exact same thing!! Grains!March 27, 2015 11:18 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) thanks for your help :)March 27, 2015 11:11 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) its def worth a try...wish there wasnt so many choices out there...it got really confusing when searching for grain free with good ingredients.March 27, 2015 11:10 am
Shawna on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed I'm very intrigued by your posts erdoke -- very interesting and informative.
Would you mind discussing this comment a bit further "Continuously high blood sugar and insulin have much more to do with the cause, but it is true that when you already have CKD protein must be limited."?
My pup had kidney disease from birth and ate a high protein raw diet all but the last four months of her eight and half years of life. I know carbs didn't contribute to her disease but am interested in the concept…March 27, 2015 11:04 am
Crazy4dogs on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Yeah, I live near you. I really doubt the flea connection unless your in an apartment that had the issue from other tenants. And if the antibiotics cleared the rash, it wouldn't clear fleas. The problem is antibiotics get rid of the skin infection caused by itching, but don't actually solve the allergy problem.
I really do think I'd go grain free limited ingredient and see what happens.March 27, 2015 11:03 am
Crazy4dogs on Best Raw Dog Foods I really like Fromm's and their nutritionist helping is awesome. If you are using the original Gold Formula, that has grains and that might be the problem. I used to feed Fromm's 4 star Nutitionals (the grained variety) over 9 years ago. The problem was my chocolate lab ended up with ear infections. That's when I switched to completely grain free. She never had a problem until about 18 months ago when she developed an allergy to lamb. That's why I use specific proteins and rotate. It's…March 27, 2015 11:01 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) live in chicago....he had the rash a few months back when it was zero here so i doubt fleas were even alive.....and then it went away with anti biotics and then came back again a week ago.. he went from chicken and rice to lamb and rice and it still came back thats why i decided to go zero grain to see if that helps.March 27, 2015 11:01 am
wisepati on The Five Most Important Items on a Dog Food Ingredients List Yep..I'll bet the person who posted this is affiliated with a dog food manufacturer. Dogs are more carnivore than not. Corn is a high glycemic food and not appropriate for dogs in large quantities.March 27, 2015 10:59 am
Salty2 on Best Raw Dog Foods BB was Lamb, Fromm's is not,March 27, 2015 10:52 am
Salty2 on Best Raw Dog Foods It's the Fromm's Gold Puppy for Large Breed Dogs (his dad was 70lbs). The people at Fromm's are very wonderful, I'm amazed! They say they will have a nutritionist call me.
But I'm open to any suggestions! My heart breaks for this pup.March 27, 2015 10:51 am
Crazy4dogs on Best Raw Dog Foods I know dogFoodie was helping you with this. Is the protein source in the Fromm formula (they have many different formulas) you are using the same as BB?March 27, 2015 10:47 am
Salty2 on Best Raw Dog Foods And the best thing is it's All Natural! I have used their products with great success!March 27, 2015 10:37 am
Crazy4dogs on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) If you live in an area that gets a hard freeze, most flea/tick/heartworm/worm issues are summer/warm weather problems. I do live in that climate so once it freezes we are relatively safe. I've never had fleas on my dogs either. Without actually seeing your dog, I'd say it's probably not fleas.March 27, 2015 10:37 am
aquariangt on Solid Gold Barking at the Moon (Dry) I read a few people had trouble with the change so I was a bit worried, but still like the Barking at the Moon formula. Dani is on it now-no problems. Will still be in rotationMarch 27, 2015 10:37 am
Salty2 on Best Raw Dog Foods Please just read the testimonials, they are amazing! http://www.petwellbeing.com/products/dog-adrenal-glands?mkwid=ludStSYY_dc&pcrid=6163978351&pmt=b&pkw=+natural%20+cushings%20+treatment%20+dogsMarch 27, 2015 10:37 am
Crazy4dogs on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed That's funny Shawna. I just read through the whole thread about an hour ago. It was!March 27, 2015 10:32 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) he has such dark area by his legs but i do believe its just the color of his actual skin. I tried scratching it off and it didnt come off.. not sure if this is a high area of flea infestation or not. Ive had dogs here forever and never have had any fleas on any of my dogs. thank you for your input..its helping me for sure...just want my jovi to get better and not go thru this stuff...March 27, 2015 10:32 am
Shawna on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed I neglected to read all the way through the thread before posting. I see much of what I posted has already been discussed. Very interesting discussion.March 27, 2015 10:26 am
Shawna on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed The dog in my avatar had kidney disease at birth with symptoms of polydipsia and polyuria as early as six weeks of age. She wasn't officially diagnosed till 13 months old. She ate a high protein raw diet eight years and four months of her life (which was eight years and seven months. The protein amounts ranged between 45 and 54%. I did feed a small amount of veggies 15 to 20% and fruit 5%.
Per Dr. Attia M.D. in the video I linked above, ketosis can not be achieved when eating a diet with…March 27, 2015 10:20 am
Salty2 on Best Raw Dog Foods Now I'm exasperated!! Ear infection was cleared up, ears were pink again
rather than bright red like when he was on the Blue Buffalo Holistic
Puppy. So started him on Fromm's little by little, had him up to 3/4
Fromm, stools were firm. so I was happy! Then yesterday he began
scratching started again, extremely hyper, and ears are bright red. Do
you think I should discontinue the food? I want to get him over to Raw little by little, but I don't know what the heck to mix it with to start.…March 27, 2015 10:18 am
Crazy4dogs on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Did you have a blood test or actual skin scratch test done?March 27, 2015 10:11 am
Crazy4dogs on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Your dog probably doesn't have fleas. Just google "photos of flea dirt on dogs" and you will see what it looks like. I would think your vet would have seen them if they were present. The allergic reaction could be causing the discoloration, especially if there's a lot of licking involved.
I don't use any preventatives on my dogs for fleas as I find them too toxic and they've never had them in my care. My newest family addition had them when rescued by was clear of them after I got him. I…March 27, 2015 10:10 am
Lisa on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Laura you could have an allergy test done on your dog as well. Believe it or not I had a dog once that was allergic to three different types of grass!!! She was also allergic to 20 other things, one being mold.March 27, 2015 10:04 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) what do you guys you for flea control??? need to get him some either wayMarch 27, 2015 9:58 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) not sure what his dog bed is made of but hes barely in it..hes on my couch and in my bed... theres a total darkness around his legs on the inside of his belly that looks almost black...could that be flea dirt??? i brought him to the vet she was checking his skin but said nothing about fleas...i havent seen any fleas either..March 27, 2015 9:57 am
NWgohawks on Natural Balance Dog Food (Rolled) Red Barn has a rolled lamb similar to the old Natural Balance formula. Some of the Mud Bay stores sell it and can find online also.March 27, 2015 9:55 am
Lisa on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Crazy Dog took the words right out of my mouth :) Take a white paper towel and run a comb through your dogs coat from the back of his head to his tail. Pull the hair out of the comb and lay it on the paper towel. The fleas will be easy to see, but if you see those tiny black things, that is poo from the fleas. And yes, I tell everyone to stay away from cedar shavings as well. They smell so good and repels fleas but can give dogs a bad skin reaction.March 27, 2015 9:49 am
Shawna on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed Ketogenic acidosis, a side affect of diabetes, is very serious indeed. BUT a healthy person, let alone pet, can quite safely eat a ketogenic diet - and in some cases they are now learning should.
A ketogenic diet has been used to treat epilepsy for many years. I first learned of this in a film called "First Do No Evil" based on the true life story of a young boy with severe epilepsy. Once on the ketogenic diet he no longer had seizures.
Info from the Mayo Clinic.
"The ketogenic diet — a…March 27, 2015 9:28 am
Crazy4dogs on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) If your dog had fleas you would see them crawling if you look at the belly and there would be "flea dirt" (flea feces) easily seen on the belly and anywhere there is minimal hair. It looks like pepper stuck on your dog's belly. Are you using a bed that contains cedar shavings?March 27, 2015 9:28 am
Carina Marie Corrow on The Shocking Truth About Commercial Dog Food The issue isn't if it's meat or not. The issue is with the poisons in the meat. Euthanization drugs weren't meant for animal consumption. Just sayin....March 27, 2015 9:28 am
Crazy4dogs on Dog Food for Specific Health Problems A dog that has been fixed cannot possibly go into heat as the organs have been removed. If the lips are red there could be a yeast or bacterial infection. Have you taken your dog to the vet for a diagnosis? Treating unknown conditions is not a good idea. If she is sitting down from stinging, she must be in a lot of pain. Take her to the vet!March 27, 2015 9:10 am
Christine Daley on Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Boost (Dry) Try primal raw beef bones!! Or go to a butcher and purchase raw beef bones. Place them in the freezer first to destroy any possible bacteria. Then let pups enjoy under observation!! Primal are already frozen but butcher much cheaper!!
March 27, 2015 8:34 am
Guest on Dogs and Carbohydrates — A Surprising Secret Revealed 'I wont' get into details of why' because I'm quite happy to discredit what you wrote but unable to support my own claims.
Is that what you meant?March 27, 2015 7:46 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) what food are you feeding your dog?March 27, 2015 7:44 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) thanks hopefully changing food will be the answer. i'm praying it is for his sake...March 27, 2015 7:43 am
Laura on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) wouldnt i be able to see the fleas if thats what it is?March 27, 2015 7:43 am
Nuwisha on Orijen Dog Food (Dry) But humans were also apes that ate things raw, and raw things give us a tummyache.
Our pets are almost as civilized as we are, whether we like it or not. They need cooked food as much as we do. They are not wild animals any more than humans are wild chimps.March 27, 2015 3:57 am
Bobby dog on How to Determine Your Dog’s Ideal Weight Yes, carrots and green beans can make great snacks. I believe brushing your dogs teeth is best for dental health. You replied to a post I made to Ashley. Maybe reply to that post as well since that was the OP. Ashley might still need suggestions!March 27, 2015 3:54 am
Binky on Solid Gold Barking at the Moon (Dry) My dog has been having diarrhea problems since I got the new formula. Not sure whether that is a coincidence or not.March 27, 2015 12:06 am
Dog_Obsessed on People Foods That Can Be Dangerous to Dogs That is super interesting, thanks!March 26, 2015 11:00 pm
TomB1986 on Nature’s Variety Instinct Raw Frozen Diets (Raw Frozen) Does anyone know how this compares to Stella & Chewy's raw frozen food?March 26, 2015 10:04 pm
brooke on How to Determine Your Dog’s Ideal Weight Another good idea might be to give your dog baby carrots or green beans with dinner - very filling but adds little calories. Plus the crunchy texture will help keep their teeth and breath in good shape!March 26, 2015 10:03 pm
TomB1986 on Orijen Freeze Dried (Freeze-Dried) How does this compare to Stella & Chewy's freeze dried food?March 26, 2015 10:01 pm
TomB1986 on Honest Kitchen Grain Free (Dehydrated) Has anyone tried this food and Stella & Chewy's freeze dried food? How do they compare?March 26, 2015 9:59 pm
Tim on Stella and Chewy’s Freeze Dried (Freeze-Dried) How does Stella & Chewy's freeze dried food compare to Orijen's freeze dried?March 26, 2015 9:43 pm
Deal with it CUNT on How to Determine Your Dog’s Ideal Weight Once again we quote: : "It is really just blowing my mind that you are writing paragraphs and paragraphs trying to dissect a stranger"
Ironically- Is that not exactly WHAT you are doing- projecting- look it up research it- moreover, the unemployment line- it was meant for heartless beaches. The Agency teaches, it is a learning body of intellect, further it allows those of us with true skill sets to advance. They don't keep dinosaurs there. Lets just assume you need to read the writing on the…March 26, 2015 9:35 pm
Paules Amaya on How to Determine Your Dog’s Ideal Weight Just always have to have the last word. Please do send along your credentials, with your updated CV, to Monster.com. You will need to include being a heartless beach as a qualification. as apparently you can not keep 2 paragraphs straight without your disingenuous lies.
Obviously you need to flag peoples comments as you are unable to cite facts or debate utilizing anything other than an uneducated opinion,
To quote you: "I think you just like to put people in categories in order to feel…March 26, 2015 9:21 pm
DeloresMelon on Open Farm Dog Food (Dry) My local shop (in Maryland) just started carrying this. Going to give it a try!March 26, 2015 9:07 pm
Paules Amaya on How to Determine Your Dog’s Ideal Weight Yet again another "opinion" from Apparently you just have to have the last word in so much as to flag peoples comments. Cant stand to be educated, or cant debate when you cant cite facts can you?
Being a good 30-40 years older than you, I can tell you the glass ceiling is in place to keep hormone raged females like yourself in check. Dream on in the unemployment line. Apparently you confuse
your last statement of:
"I truly am sorry that your poor financial decisions have led you to be this…March 26, 2015 8:59 pm
Paules Amaya on How to Determine Your Dog’s Ideal Weight Wow, not your a Veterinarian too ....seems that your opinions keep just cropping up to lay proof that you just don't cite facts.
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Lisa on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) Hi Laura, there could be other reasons for your pups allergic reaction. Lots of dogs get skin problems with dog beds containing cedar shavings. Fleas don't like cedar but a lot of dogs have problems with it. Also make sure the fleas are out of the question. Those buggers uhhhhh. Those eggs hatch every three weeks. If you find your dog has them and you treat him with whatever, in three weeks you can have that problem all over again. One flea bite can do that to your pup. Just wanted to…March 26, 2015 8:10 pm
Crazy4dogs on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods That is a really good choice theBCnut. :-) I was going to suggest that, but some people don't want to do any work when preparing their dog's food. I am about to slow cook a whole chicken for my dogs to add to THK Preference Base Mix.March 26, 2015 7:29 pm
theBCnut on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods Look into the Honest Kitchen Zeal.March 26, 2015 6:58 pm
theBCnut on Best 5-Star Dry Puppy Foods Whoa! Seriously, I don't even know how you took my reply like that. I'm so sorry I didn't word my thoughts in a manner more acceptable to you. I honestly meant no offense in any way. Nevermind animal obesity problems, many people think that puppies are supposed to be rolly polly and that that is healthy. That's how I took your comment about so much flabby excess skin that needs to be filled. I thought I was gently putting out there the idea that puppies have excess skin because they need…March 26, 2015 6:49 pm
Crazy4dogs on Blue Buffalo Wilderness (Dry) I haven't shopped for food @ Petsmart in years. They seem like they have a lot, but they have a lot of inventory of the same foods. Do you have a Petco or Pet Supplies Plus in your area? Petco can be expensive but they have more options. Pet Supplies Plus generally has a lot of options. If not, try an independent store. They often have very good choices and are priced similiar to the big box stores. Online is always an option. I often order sale items online and the expiration dates are…March 26, 2015 6:47 pm
Crazy4dogs on Suggested Hypoallergenic Dog Foods I'm sorry I missed the pancreatitis issue, so the NV Instinct is probably too high in fat. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of low fat/limited ingredient diets. In your case I might try Wellness Simple Grain Free Salmon. It is a limited ingredient and low fat formula.March 26, 2015 6:43 pm
Oscar Gonzalez on Blue Buffalo Wilderness (Dry) OK great I will do research on where I can find these brands petsmart carries limited options in my point of viewMarch 26, 2015 5:05 pm
Paul V on Best 5-Star Dry Puppy Foods BCnut. That was uncalled for! I know animal obesity is a very big problem, but this is an educational/help forum. Do you also respond to people that ask for advice/help with assault trauma by telling them "you shouldn't walk home alone?"March 26, 2015 4:52 pm
Crazy4dogs on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) An easy way is to cut out the ingredient panel from any food or treat bags you buy.March 26, 2015 3:32 pm
theBCnut on Wellness Complete Health (Dry) I know what you mean!! Dealing with allergies/food sensitivities is very frustrating. As soon as I think I have my dog figured out, I find one more thing he is reacting to. Good luck and if this one doesn't work, or when you are ready to switch, there is a thread for limited ingredient/hypoallergenic foods.March 26, 2015 2:07 pm
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