TheBookPolice wrote:Good doggie kennels can be a blast for the dogs.
It sure seems so.
Our dogs were always rambunctuous but happy as heck whenever they got near the pet lodge.
TAsunder wrote:jjoyce, do you use pre-packaged raw or do you make it yourself? I was amazed at how many local places sold the nature's variety prairie frozen raw medallions. Madcat has them tucked away in the back along with one or two other frozen brands.
supaunknown wrote:Eh, I'm bored............
narcoleptish wrote:My one dog seems to be capable of a pile every three blocks. I can't take it.
Chuck_Schick wrote:narcoleptish wrote:My one dog seems to be capable of a pile every three blocks. I can't take it.
Wow, that is a bit extreme. Are you sure you're not overfeeding him/her?
Violet_Skye wrote:What brand made her fur softer?
Chuck_Schick wrote:Violet_Skye wrote:What brand made her fur softer?
As loathe as I am to admit it due to the stupid, feel-good name, it's Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover's Soul.
It's good stuff, but as I said, she put on a few pounds after we switched her. Granted, part of that is general winter inactivity (on her part and ours), but it's something to watch for (along with allergy symptoms) whenever you switch foods.
Oh, and don't forget the general recommendation to go half-and-half with the old and new food for a week or so to minimize any digestive issues when you switch.
Violet_Skye wrote:And if that doesn't help after awhile, I'll try the no-corn thing, too. Love the great info I get here.
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