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    Default Re: Food Toppers, Supplements, & Oils

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    Default Re: Food Toppers, Supplements, & Oils

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee J View Post
    Brutus has been on Blue Buffalo Basic for Puppies, I got Blue Buffalo Wilderness for Puppies today & will slowly start introducing it tomorrow. Last week I bought him plain natural yogurt, and have been putting it in his food every other day, & only at dinner (he loves it) I also got him salmon oil today, and will start introducing that as well. Brutus was fine on his previous food, however I wanted him on a better food, and want to be proactive versus trying to fix a problem when he gets older. I know that salmon oil is good for his skin, coat, and if memory serves me correctly his immune system. I thought yogurt would just be a nice treat and make our baby happy! Right now we feed an all natural yogurt banana 5 calorie treat, but plan to also add frozen green beens. Does anyone else have any idea or reasons they have other things they feed? I'm completely open to having a happy healthy Brutus from the beginning.

    Also, Brutus was 26 pounds two weeks ago at the vet, does that sound normal to everyone? He will be 5 months on Black Friday (which I won't be participating in lol)

    Thank you for any input XXX
    Good for you being PROACTIVE...lucky Brutus! I have a Brutus also.

    Be sure the 5 calorie yogurt DOES NOT contain any aspartame, equal, etc
    for him or you...very bad stuff!



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