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While We have always known how important the food You feed to Your pet is, We never knew how much it could change Your Animals life forever. In example, We would like to tell You about some Pups that came from some of Our listed Breeders a couple years back. Their Parents are large. All of Their babies that We had ever seen in adulthood ended up large just like Them. That is, until We got to see two of Their Babies that went to the same Owner. Now dont get Us wrong, This Owner is very good to both of These Girls. They are very loved and have been well taken care of. The only problem is They were fed the same food since They were puppies and this food seems to have stunted Their growth. They are shorter and weighed 30 or so pounds less than what They are supposed to. Now that They are adults, We believe it is too late to add any height, but since They have been taken off that horrible food, They have gained weight at least. Please listen to Us, it is so important, research what You feed Your animals. Due to legal reasons, We cannot put the name of the food We believe to stunt growth, but We will tell You if Your Pet food is found ONLY at a Club store, think twice.

Try to always use high quality kibble in addition to home cooking. Meat is great (no seasonings/sauces), and certain vegetables and rice as well. We have had many Pets live 16-17 years on this diet. We get a lot of emails asking about raw diets, While it might work for some, not Us. We tried the raw food diet and it was the only time We ever saw fully developed worms passed in stool.

Remember- changing or adding to your puppy or dogs food can result in diarrhea. This sometimes makes the Owner think the puppy is allergic to the new food so They switch again, which causes even more problems. If You switch foods, mix what the animal has been on with the new food for a couple days. slowly wean out the old stuff until its just the new kind. That will help with the change. Also if diarrhea does occur give it a good few days before switching Them again to see if They become accustom to the food. And if supplimenting with meat/vegetables or rice, make sure You do one new thing at a time, give it a few days to make sure your pup/dog handled it ok before trying something else!

If You have a Pup with a sensative stomach, try mixing a little plain yogurt with His or Her food. Not too much, just a couple spoonfuls. The enzymes in the yogurt can settle stomachs and make for a very happy pup. If You do use yogurt, remember when you stop, do it slowly. Dont give it everyday for weeks, then stop cold turkey or else You have created another issue in your babies belly.

Eggs are excellent. We boil Them and give Them as snacks or with food.

We get bones from the butcher. Sometimes You can good in good with one and get a lot of tasty treats free for Your animals. Remember- No chicken bones!
 
Be very careful on fish, especially from the Northwest. Salmon and other types of fish that swim upstream to breed can be infected with a parasite called nanophyetus salmincola. The disease is most common west of the Cascade mountain range of the Pacific Northwest.
Generally clinical signs appear within six days of a dog eating an infected fish with death occurring in 14 days. Only 10% of dogs survive if left untreated.
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