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Old 03-08-2011, 08:28 PM   #15
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Vets always recommend the expensive stuff,guess they get a kick back from the company. Our vet,recommends expense stuff too,but did admit that he feeds his cat Meow Mix!!


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We have 'open feed' our dogs for years. It has it's drawbacks in the possibility of one fat dog in a group of dogs (the alpha dog). That's where Pedigree Healthy Weight fits in, even for the puppy. As for eating anything, I had a rescue Golden Retriever that like cat poop. We have a fenced yard and no cats (the neighbors have cats that run loose). If she got out of the yard she would head straight to a cat poop pile, like the cat told her where it was. I know dogs can smell about 10 times better than we can, but this stuff was sometimes 50 ft away.

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Old 03-09-2011, 02:25 PM   #17
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I think you might have that backwards. I think those little stinkers own you.

Great looking pups.
Thanks- all three rescues.

These gals and guy are living like Kings in the house.

their hair was getting long os they were up fro grooming that day and they end up shaved down to the skin which helps with the shedding.

As for food we've standardized on the EVO weight control formula
Were strict on the meals - but pretty loose with the snacks and table scraps.

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Old 03-10-2011, 03:49 PM   #18
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And then the true pet lover gets back home and kisses and lets the pet kiss back.

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