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General dog chat / Re: My new favourite dog bed shop!
« Last post by furrytailstore on Today at 04:12 »
Hi!

Furry Tail Store provides a calming bed for dogs and cats to relieve their anxiety. We also supply toys that are excellent mental stimulators.

Check this out - furrytailstore.com

Thanks!
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General discussion / Re: Just What is in Dog Food?
« Last post by Seaweed on Jan 15, 2021, 11:10 »
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Raw feeding / PFMA Launching World Leading Programme
« Last post by Seaweed on Jan 14, 2021, 15:13 »
PFMA Launching World Leading Programme for Best Practice Raw Pet Food production. https://www.pfma.org.uk/news/pfma-launching-world-leading-programme-for-best-practice-raw-pet-food-production
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My Pet Nutritionist’s Facebook live video is about elimination diets. It is aired on Friday night, 7pm and the link is here.
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Dog foods / Re: Markus Muhle and other cold pressed dog food
« Last post by Tinyplanets on Jan 12, 2021, 18:08 »
I just checked the Chicken and sweet potato one and it comes out at a 69% rating.
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Introductions / Re: Hello, Jeff & Blaz new and need support
« Last post by Dottie on Jan 10, 2021, 16:51 »
Hello and welcome to the forum.  From the information you have given It sounds as if the vet has diagnosed chronic pancreatitis ie ongoing. As you probably know, the usual advice is to feed a low fat diet. David has written an article on the dietary management of pancreatitis here. Additionally, we have a forum thread on the subject here.

Thinking about your budget, I am wondering if it might be cost effective to home cook for your dog. Have you given this some consideration? It needs to be done properly so good recipes are vital. Initially it would be safer to obtain some low fat recipes from a qualified pet nutritionist. We have some information about this in the home cooking section. You will probably have to pay but once you have them, that's it. Don't try and cook for your dog without seeking advice because the meals need to be balanced. All home cooked meals need additives, the main ones being calcium and omega oils 3 and 6.

Another thing that might help is to feed smaller meals more frequently, maybe three/four meals a day
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