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I agree with Dottie, if you're in a premium dog food, supplementing more might be counter productive.

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Introductions / Re: Hello & Help Please (Anal gland issue)
« on: Jul 11, 2016, 15:34 »
I think its the raw food. It could be the bones from the chicken wings you are feeding that punctured her behind.

Or high calcium intake from those bones leading to constipation.


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+1 to homecooking.  At least you know what ingredients you put on her food.

It just looks more time consuming than giving him raw diet.

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I think the ingredients and where these were sourced is what is important. 



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yes IT IS TRUE that calcium rich foods are not good for large breeds.

there are puppy foods especially designed for large breeds, they should have been on those.

you can check it with your vet.

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Dog foods / Re: Food to gain weight, but not energy!
« on: Jul 06, 2016, 17:14 »
i see..., anyway let's wait for the pros to get into this :)  8)


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Dog foods / Re: Food to gain weight, but not energy!
« on: Jul 06, 2016, 15:20 »
I can't recommend a food because I'm also in the process of learning. Just curious why do you want him to gain weight? isn't dogs supposed to be lean?

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Introductions / Re: New Dog Owner
« on: Jul 06, 2016, 15:02 »
thank y'all for the welcome!

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Dog treats / Re: Recipes for home made treats.
« on: Jul 05, 2016, 14:08 »
Tinyplanets, the recipe looks yummy for a human to eat minus the parsley though. Will try some of these recipes when I got the time.

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Dog foods / Re: Puppy food (2-3 months)
« on: Jul 05, 2016, 13:40 »
hey new puppy owner here also 8), the breeder told me to get royal canin.

But I'm reading thru posts and hopefully I find the right food for my dog also.

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Dog foods / Re: Puppy feeding advice please!
« on: Jul 05, 2016, 13:36 »
on your item #3, I think I've read somewhere that air/freeze dried food is where the nutrients are questionable because of the process of drying.

It says: "There is some concern of nutrients, such as vitamins, being lost during the dehydration process."
its on wikipedia. Can't post the link though.

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Introductions / New Dog Owner
« on: Jul 04, 2016, 15:05 »
Hi  :)

I'm new to this forum, its my first time owning a puppy so I need all the help I can get in raising one.

I understand that it is not just joy but also my responsibility to keep my dog well.

I hope I learn much from lurking and asking on this forum.

Cheers,
Matt

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