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  • in reply to: Doggy bones for a dog with pancreatitis history #11467 Report Abuse
    Safe4pups
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    Make sure your dogs aren’t using smoked or cooked bones – raw is what you want. 🙂
    As for your budget, I have found that I can buy premium food online at MUCH better prices – including free shipping and NO tax! I have 3 dogs and 2 cats – 2 dogs on Nutrisca and the cats and 1 dog on Orijen and I pay about 23% less online.

    in reply to: Giving Dog treats to Cats #11466 Report Abuse
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    OMG! GET THAT CAT TO THE VET ASAP! Your cat may very well suffering kidney or liver failure. Overe 2245 complaints on those jerky treats are being investigated by the FDA – 383 dog and 1 cat death reported in 2012. Save any leftover treats you have by wrapping securely and placing in the freezer – the FDA may at some point ask for samples to test.
    Most importantly do NOT delay in getting your cat to the vet and let them know that your cat has been ingesting imported jerky.
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Animal-Parents-Against-Pet-Treats-and-Food-Made-in-China/235390426550583?ref=hl

    in reply to: Doggy bones for a dog with pancreatitis history #11393 Report Abuse
    Safe4pups
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    Stop at a butcher shop and ask for meaty marrow bones.

    in reply to: Doggy bones for a dog with pancreatitis history #11114 Report Abuse
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    By the way – have you tried a good raw bone? I wouldn’t leave the marrow in it because of her compromised immune system, but a good, clean, raw bone can keep a dogs chewing instinct satisfied as well as keep the teeth clean.

    in reply to: Doggy bones for a dog with pancreatitis history #11113 Report Abuse
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    Hi Sophia – both of my allergy prone dogs use Nutrisca which is grain and potato free. They both have environmental allergies and one has a potato sensitivity, and one has pancreatitis. Grains and potatoes both aggravate allergies and feed yeast. I have used both the Salmon and Chicken varieties. I also use Orijen for another dog but it may be too rich for your pup – unless it’s the senior formula. Honestly, my girl is 10 and has suffered since she was a puppy and she has done measureably better on Nutrisca – and I have spared no expense trying to find the right food for her – including a home cooked diet.
    ~Tracey

    in reply to: Sensitive stomach & skin #10982 Report Abuse
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    Find the best potato and grain free food that you can, avoiding by-products and ANYTHING with animal digest.

    in reply to: True Chews Bully Sticks #10966 Report Abuse
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    I have personally witnessed a dog being rushed to surgery for an obstrcted bowel from a bully stick. Bully sticks are made from penis’ – usually chemically bleached, smoked and the “flavoring” added – they are just an unneccesary product for your dog. (my opinion)
    I thinkthere are better choices – especially a natural, meaty, raw bone from your butcher – and MUCH more cost effective. There are somewonderful chews available – Get Naked, Zukes, Zoe are all great choices.
    ~Tracey

    in reply to: Limping and Inflammation) #10965 Report Abuse
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    Green mussel extract is a wonderful supplement for this issue!
    ~Tracey

    in reply to: Doggy bones for a dog with pancreatitis history #10964 Report Abuse
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    Hello Sophia~ Personally, I would never use rawhide nor bully sticks – they both have obstruction history and the dried penis is an organ that dogs have no need for, is usually imported and can include chemicals.
    I have a dog with the same issues – I keep her on Denamarin, Bactaquin and feed her a high grade, grain free food. For treats she gets Get Naked Gut or Low Cal Health Chews, Zukes Apple Crisp bones and Zoe Lifestyle Dog Treats.
    ~Tracey

    in reply to: Chicken Jerky #10963 Report Abuse
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    Hello ~ Unfortunately there are humdreds of us living this nightmare! No, not all chicken jerky is made in China, but MOST is. We can give you info for treatment, info on survivng dogs and general supposrt in this Facebook group – we have over 6000 members – well over 200 victims; the FDA has stated over 360 deaths and 2000 illnesses from these products!
    ~Tracey, admin
    Please join us:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/342467355771185/

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