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    Re: Pet Food

    Quote Originally Posted by valerie
    Canidae is very good food!

    I might also say... those I listed are just suggestions... I don't get
    anything from those companies!

    Tamsen gets Bil-Jac Chicken and Oatmeal for Seniors...

    Do you know anything about Neutro for seniors?
    I get the oatmeal and chicken.......it has
    glucosamine I also get the Ultra when they have it.

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    Re: Pet Food

    Quote Originally Posted by StupidCowboyTricks
    Do you know anything about Neutro for seniors?
    I get the oatmeal and chicken.......it has
    glucosamine I also get the Ultra when they have it.
    I personally have never fed it but it does have a pretty good reputation.
    There is a whole school of thought that says... if it works for your pet,
    don't change. The problem can come with some of the foods that have
    more additives and more grains, over time any animal can become
    sensitized to something.

    If your pet has good ears and coat... go with it.

    We do give Tamsen her glucosamine seperately. That's pretty much just
    a matter of choice, though.
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    Re: Pet Food

    Quote Originally Posted by valerie
    I personally have never fed it but it does have a pretty good reputation.
    There is a whole school of thought that says... if it works for your pet,
    don't change. The problem can come with some of the foods that have
    more additives and more grains, over time any animal can become
    sensitized to something.

    If your pet has good ears and coat... go with it.

    We do give Tamsen her glucosamine seperately. That's pretty much just
    a matter of choice, though.
    She is 16 year old Westie, thought I was going to lose her Thursday morning. I switched her to Neutro about two years ago, as she was throwing up all the time, I had talked to a man who rescued Westies and he told me about or how to make her some food with hamburger and oatmeal, I found this stuff at Petco and I also have started giving her the extra glucosamine with her heart and water pill, mixed in a tablespoon of cottage cheese, the little bugger loves it. lol.....that glucosamine was to be mine, too gross tasting for me and I have two large bottles (I got over internet)I also got two jars of the capsules (I will take those) I don't know how much longer I will have her, but she is bouncy and chipper today. I love her so much.

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    Re: Pet Food

    You must be doing something right if she's 16!!

    I know how you feel, our old girl is purebred and 13. But all you can do is
    your best, and love them.

    How many times a day do you feed yours? I would suggest more frequent
    smaller meals. Then their systems can process the food better, and they
    don't have to go so long without.
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    Re: Pet Food

    Quote Originally Posted by valerie
    You must be doing something right if she's 16!!

    I know how you feel, our old girl is purebred and 13. But all you can do is
    your best, and love them.

    How many times a day do you feed yours? I would suggest more frequent
    smaller meals. Then their systems can process the food better, and they
    don't have to go so long without.
    She has pretty much just eats when she wants too.
    She does like her bowel to always have something in it, even if she isn't hungry she makes sure she has food and water, she is so funny and expressive.....I do believe she has gone deaf and blind this last year and a half, it's hard to say what she See's or hears but she is on top of it....lol
    she has a problem with the stairs but she figured that out when she comes down she rubs the side where the wall is.
    she doesn't look old either she looks pretty good. I don't ever want to lose her.

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    You're a font of knowledge, Ted. I'm checking that site out right this minute.

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    $39 a year membership!?!

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    Re: Pet Food

    Quote Originally Posted by StupidCowboyTricks
    She has pretty much just eats when she wants too.
    She does like her bowel to always have something in it, even if she isn't hungry she makes sure she has food and water, she is so funny and expressive.....I do believe she has gone deaf and blind this last year and a half, it's hard to say what she See's or hears but she is on top of it....lol
    she has a problem with the stairs but she figured that out when she comes down she rubs the side where the wall is.
    she doesn't look old either she looks pretty good. I don't ever want to lose her.
    If it matter to you to find out what she can see and hear, there's things you can do to check that. Just the fact that she's 16 says something about what a good "mom" you have been.
    As far as the food, I say, at 16, let her eat when she wants.
    Bravo for giving your puppers such a long and happy life.
    I hope you cherish this sweet way of life, and I hope you know that it comes with a price.
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    Re: Pet Food

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    I would never switch a 16 year old animal over to BARF. And I don't usually
    tell people about it (although I have mentioned it on this site before)
    because it requires a much larger commitment to time etc., than most
    owners are ready or willing to do.
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