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    Default Re: Scariest thing happened yesterday

    Im so glad everything worked out! I have Lola on fromm and we love it! I have seen a lot of people switch to fromm on here and it almost always ends up being better. Let us know how it goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    Hi, I also have a bully that inhales her food , Blossom doesn't chew, she wolfs it down, she has never choked on it, but I have always put water in their food. My Bulldozer, has a severe under bite , and his teeth don't meet together, so e eats slower , and I putvwatervon his food to makevitva little softer for him. I also find that my two don't drink a lot of water during the day, they drink after they've played hard, or after a walk, but I leave a bowl of fresh water out at all times, and they don't really drink a lot, so I figure if I add water to their food, they get extra water that way. We switched our two from a Puppy Formula to Fromms Beef Fritata when they were 7 months old. We also give them plain unsweetened yogurt, twice a week, we either put banana or fresh cut up strawberries in it, they love this treat, we also give them cut up apples sometimes, a hard boiled egg once a week, I give them cheese strings as a treat, as well as I buy the soft chew wellness treats, they are made from duck and turkey, my Blossom is allergic to chicken, corn, grains, salmon, and ?? We don't know what else, she is just very sensitive, she gets ears, skin, eyes, and chin, then we have to give her a Benadryl , and then figure out what caused the reaction. We also give them salmon oil in their food, for Dozer, I had to stop giving it to Blossom, she had a reaction, so I'm going to use up the oil I bought on Dozer, and try Blossom on either Cod Liver Oil, it coconut oil, and hopefully she can tolerate e one of those, I Like them to have the Omegas. We also put Appe Cider Vinegar in their drinking water, it is good for their breath, for immune system, kills bacteria, and very good for and joints. Theyb also get a cranberry pill daily to avoid Urinary tract infections , more for my female, but I figure it can't hurt to give it to Dozer too. All the supplements are natural, and things that are good for us humans, so they are also safe for the dogs.
    Wow, I feel like we are twins. Except for the salmon we do exactly the same things with our Bullies! Right down to the drinking water! Really good affirmation for me that I am doing the right things for Miss T. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Scariest thing happened yesterday

    Update: The last 2 days, i've finally been able to pick up Henry's with a plastic bag, hooray!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevi204 View Post
    Update: The last 2 days, i've finally been able to pick up Henry's with a plastic bag, hooray!
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    Default Re: Scariest thing happened yesterday

    Mila and Rudy were switched to regular (adult) food soon after we brought them home. No water, just a Tsp of cottage cheese. Our vet told us he doesn't eat old people food and young dogs don't need puppy food. I cheated and fed puppy dry food until about 12 weeks.

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