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    Default Re: Min/Max amount of protein for my 1 year old Bully?

    Quote Originally Posted by cowsmom View Post
    oh awsome then there are some kibbles you can feed then? or freeze dried?

    She's done so well on the home made diet, I'm afraid to try

    She is a quick little bugger and gets into Roxy's food all the time. I dream of finding a food that BOTH of them could eat so I wouldn't have to worry about skyrocketing numbers if she gets by me. I've read that some of the dry food for seniors is low enough in phosphorous to feed her, but I'm scared

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    well dear you have to do whats right for you. you could try giving a kibble for treats. like just a few and see how her numbers are. then add more. its how i do it with sarah when i give her something new. its crazy but shes so allergic to everything. if i can help you let me know dear.

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    Default Re: Min/Max amount of protein for my 1 year old Bully?

    Quote Originally Posted by cowsmom View Post
    well dear you have to do whats right for you. you could try giving a kibble for treats. like just a few and see how her numbers are. then add more. its how i do it with sarah when i give her something new. its crazy but shes so allergic to everything. if i can help you let me know dear.

    I absolutely will. Thank you!!

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