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  • in reply to: Bladder/struvite stones #73645 Report Abuse
    Terry W
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    You can buy any product at Chewey.com

    in reply to: Bladder/struvite stones #73622 Report Abuse
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    Kenneth , I have had great results with Grandma Lucys Dry Pre-mixed and Evangers
    canned chicken and rice. You have to add a protein to the pre-mixed or the dog will become a vegetarian. You just add water to the dehydrated pre-mix (it is fruits, vegetables and berries) let sit 2-3 minutes and mix in the canned food. Be sure to put the canned into a plastic container upon opening and keep refrigerated. I can’t believe the success we have had.

    in reply to: Bladder/struvite stones #73205 Report Abuse
    Terry W
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    I always put the canned meats immediately upon opening into a plastic container, I have never had an issue there. I would not add that to the meal till just prior to feeding. Just wondering about the dehydrated mix.

    in reply to: Bladder/struvite stones #73202 Report Abuse
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    Another question? I feed my dog Grandma Lucy’s Dehydrated “Pre-Mix” and I add in Evangers canned food. I am trying to stop his proclivity to struvite crystals and excess proteins and high Ph levels. He seems ok on it, but doesn’t like the carrots and I think excess garlic. I have fed him a couple of sample bags of Sojo’s dehydrated pre-mix. He loves that, but you have to soak for at least 15 minutes. My dog goes crazy waiting the 15 minutes knowing I have mixed it up. Can you mix it up the night before and refrigerate till morning? Will this do anything bad to it, sitting in the fridge overnight?

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    Has anyone had experience with Wysong Biotic Ph-? It is supposed to prevent and eliminate struvite crystals and proteins. It is a powder to mix into the dogs food. I used it for about a week or so, but my dog stopped eating the food if it had it in it. He usually eats anything, in fact, I figured he couldn’t even taste his food he ate so fast. At first he seemed to have acid reflux and then even threw up a little bit of bile. So I stopped giving it to him and he seems fine now with only that one change.

    in reply to: High Protein , PH and struvites in urine #72112 Report Abuse
    Terry W
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    That is funny you mentioned that about the canned food. The owner of the store at Green K-9 said to make sure that I put the food in a plastic sealed container after opening the can the first time.
    I also just ordered some of the Wysong Biotic PH- supplement for my dog. I think between the new dehydrated food and the supplement, I can lower the PH and eliminate the struvites. I have also ordered some PH test strips to keep an eye on things. Thanks for the information on Wysongs.

    in reply to: High Protein , PH and struvites in urine #72106 Report Abuse
    Terry W
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    Thanks, I will check it out. I have purchased from our Green K-9 store a package of Grandma Lucy’s Dry mix that we stir in watter and hydrate, low protein and I will add a couple of tbsp’s of wet Evangers Chicken & Rice and see how that goes. Seems very similar to the Wysongs’.

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