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Old 01-02-2021, 02:27 PM   #241
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Old 02-19-2021, 06:31 PM   #242
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Look at this good boy. This has been me more times than I’d like to admit

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They are partners in crime, he loves her so much. I honestly don't think she could have had a better first pet.
What do you guys do for dog food? My dog is so dang picky.
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Old 02-19-2021, 07:42 PM   #245
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ruby always had dry skin and would develop smelly dander a day or two after a bath. but in the past few months, i gave her boiled chicken thighs and veggies (unseasoned) and it improved her skin/coat tremendously.

i always thought cooking for your pets was high-falutin, but it doesn't take much time or effort. she also loved the "broth" that was left over and she stayed well-hydrated because she would definitely drink that more than regular water.
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What do you guys do for dog food? My dog is so dang picky.
My dog is on a diet, I think he's on Purina OM or something. The Husky needed it for her diabetes because of the high fiber, and the toddler just keeps giving him her food so it just worked out.
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What do you guys do for dog food? My dog is so dang picky.
ruby had kibble most of her life, but i started giving her pate mixed with kibble and she loved it. imagine your whole life eating protein crackers and then eating meatloaf. must be so amazing.

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I make food for my dog. Judge me all you want. Chicken thighs/ground beef/turkey/fish, rice, and veggies. Probably costs me like $10 a week, and I spend like 30 minutes on the weekend to get it ready for the entire week.
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good on you donald. i really regret not doing it earlier.

i imagine it'd be more difficult for a big boye
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is it all one mix or like Monday chicken Tuesday turkey
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Nah I pick something for the week. Like I said all and all it takes about half an hour to have everything done for the week. But it’s basic meat, rice/sweet potatoes/something, and veggies. It’s cheaper than buying dog food, easy, and you know what you’re feeding your dog.
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And a lot of times our leftovers just become the dog’s food.
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My dog is on a diet, I think he's on Purina OM or something. The Husky needed it for her diabetes because of the high fiber, and the toddler just keeps giving him her food so it just worked out.
I have a Husky too! Underweight though.

How do you know when a dog has diabetes?
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I have a Husky too! Underweight though.



How do you know when a dog has diabetes?
Nyx was urinating everywhere constantly, we took her to the vet and they did a glucose curve and determined she had diabetes.

We had to give her insulin 2x a day, and her food had to be high fiber.
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Nyx was urinating everywhere constantly, we took her to the vet and they did a glucose curve and determined she had diabetes.

We had to give her insulin 2x a day, and her food had to be high fiber.
Awww, sorry to hear... good to know the signs. Nyx is a cool name!
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