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Old 09-26-2013, 06:58 AM
 
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Well. Glad my question asking about my skinny rescue dog turned into a big debate...
HAHAHA that always happens with food and training. Hence my prediction of "pearl clutching".

Predictable as the sun and moon.
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Old 09-27-2013, 11:26 AM
 
Location: Mountains of middle TN
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Well. Glad my question asking about my skinny rescue dog turned into a big debate...
LOL. Seems like EVERYTHING on this forum turns into a debate. People seem incapable of accepting that while one thing may work for one person / dog / cat / purple unicorn, perhaps it doesn't work best for another. But only THEIR way is the best way. So many experts on this forum. It's pretty much why I've shyed away from it for a while now. Luckily I've been in contact with some of my 'besties' on here through Facebook and it's allowed us to keep in touch. Although I've noticed since I returned my ignore list is growing like it's on steroids.

Dear CD creator, thank you for the ignore feature!
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Old 09-27-2013, 09:25 PM
 
Location: The Help Desk
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No, you actually never said 75% of your dogs food is raw. You said you put weight on a malnourished dog with raw meat once. Even in THIS post you say you're trying to counter things in commercial food.



And you said your wife feeds kibble. We logically assume you are talking about the SAME DOG.



You should not be randomly supplementing with all this stuff, especially a dog eating kibble. How are you doing a guaranteed analysis when even the dog food states "minimum" not exact levels? Even Dr Jean Dodds, the nationally recognized expert DVM in thyroid and epilepsy says we shouldn't even supplement kibble with KELP because of the iodine. Isn't there also Iodine in the Concentrace minerals and you're give MORE??

You realize dog have lots of thyroid problems anyway, right?

This is hilarious though, considering all the people bashing VETS for not selling and promoting ALL TYPES OF DOG FOOD and sticking to just HILLS, a stable predictable brand. Let alone all the things people randomly throw on the plate. Like they have all day long to spend analyzing labels of hundreds of cans and bags of food etc.
Just because you charge a fee to walk people's dogs doesn't make you an expert on anything, including nutrition. Take your non-sequeters and run along.

If you're looking for an argument, look elsewhere.
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