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Old 12-01-2012, 11:40 AM   #21 (permalink)
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yes i love the new color comming out

Yeah i use 2 table spoons of the she emp also is that too much? ekk lol i will use a teaspoon now on. I just dont think i read it proper and mistook teaspoon for tablespoon.
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I too noticed Gretchen's tan turn darker. (Also a sable) Though I've been using a tablespoon of Sh-emp oil too! :O I could have.sworn that was what I read on the bottle. A teaspoon would make it last waaaay longer! Lol! Not that there were any problems so far on that much besides a beautiful glossy coat.
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Old 12-01-2012, 12:46 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Oh, it says tablespoon, all right.

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Old 12-02-2012, 12:35 PM   #24 (permalink)
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okay i have a few questions for other users of carmens great products.

Have others noticed the extreme increase in muscle build in only a few weeks? My dogs muscle mass is just way more you can see it in her body shes ripped.

Also Every day that passes her coat is looking more and more beautiful like a show dogs coat people strangers everyone is noticing this shes like a traffic stopper.

Next wHAT are u mixing the sunday sundae with? i am using russian yogert but i dont like feeding yogurt to my dog in past bio yogurt caused eye goo problems.

What kibble are you guys feeding with carmen products? Is everyones stools getting better? Stools now are kinda soft no more runny stools that i have seen though like before. I hope they become firm. They are kinda greenish.

I have a strong feeling the digestive track must be healing but it will take a few months?
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:42 PM   #25 (permalink)
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okay i have a few questions for other users of carmens great products.

Have others noticed the extreme increase in muscle build in only a few weeks? My dogs muscle mass is just way more you can see it in her body shes ripped. Every day that passes her coat is looking more and more beautiful like a show dogs coat people strangers everyone is noticing this shes like a traffic stopper.

I can't say, because I have been feeding this since he was around 4 months old. People do comment on his coat, though, and his coloring.



Next wHAT are u mixing the sunday sundae with? i am using russian yogert but i dont like feeding yogurt to my dog in past bio yogurt caused eye goo problems.

I have used Greek yogurt (Fayeh) and have now switched to kefir. I am going to get some goat yogurt. Sometimes I use water and mix with a bit of his meat just before I give it to him.

What kibble are you guys feeding with carmen products? Is everyones stools getting better? Stools now are kinda soft no more runny stools that i have seen though like before. I hope they become firm. They are kinda greenish. I have a strong feeling the digestive track must be healing but it will take a few months?

I am not feeding kibble. I suggest you find another kibble if his stools are runny, because that says he is not digesting it and it doesn't agree with him.
Greenish could mean giardia. I would have the vet test for parasites.
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i meant they are not runny anymore they use to be runny but the sunday stopped it annd now they are turning soft so like went from runny to softer they look like real stools now but when i pick them up they are soft.


the green is the color of her new food it is a pea and deer food called canine caviar wildnerness. IT was not green until i started this food. Its got beans and all kinds of green stuff in it.


The stools have got better I thought i just had to give it a couple of months to firm up and let her diguestive track heal?

why do you prefer kihifer and goat milk over normal bio yogurt?

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This site has great info and info on Kefir as well.

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tablespoon to resolve a problem where there has been a deficit or imbalance , less when on even keel .

no harm in a tablespoon , which is two teaspoons, or something in between .
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A tablespoon is3 teaspoons. But it's all relative. LOL
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typo -- covered it all then one teaspoon or one tablespoon or something in between --- look at your animal address its needs see how it is responding . I don't measure --
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