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Old 12-03-2012, 12:15 PM   #31 (permalink)
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for the feed essentials i put some spring water mixed with her new kibble and she emp just so its not so dry and mix it all up and then serve it. I save the kfhir for the sunday sundae.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:40 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Anyone know about how long it takes to ship? I still haven't gotten a shipping notification.
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Anyone know about how long it takes to ship? I still haven't gotten a shipping notification.
Thanks for asking the question.
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Anyone know about how long it takes to ship? I still haven't gotten a shipping notification.
Well, a few days from whenever Carmen gets to the post office
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:52 AM   #35 (permalink)
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Thanks for asking the question.

Well it sounds really silly, I'm sure, but I'm telling you that the few times that I've run out of such supplements (I was not using Carmen's)- it was during those times that my dog has seen injuries. It might just be dumb luck, coincidence, or whatever, but I'm out and I really want to get her back onto something.
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Well it sounds really silly, I'm sure, but I'm telling you that the few times that I've run out of such supplements (I was not using Carmen's)- it was during those times that my dog has seen injuries. It might just be dumb luck, coincidence, or whatever, but I'm out and I really want to get her back onto something.
Not silly at all! With all the rave reviews, I'm anxious to get mine.
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Mailing questions.
I don't keep an inventory. In order to have things as fresh and potent as possible I make one to two batches per week . The ingredients that I use most likely arrived that week or the week prior. I always use the freshest ingredients , raw, organic or wild crafted , harvested at their prime , dense with the active essence . The colours have to be right. If for instance barley grass comes in and it is too yellow , too gray - back it goes - harvested too mature stage "old" . It has to be a green reflecting that the barley grass was cut and dried when still young , maybe 3 to 4 inches high. Herbs have to hit you with the scent . If they lack this they are "expired" .
All batches are made by hand - artisanal. Put in to containers , washed, dried , labeled.
The orders come in from Dogs Naturally. I dedicate an entire day for packaging all my orders . My system is that I take one drive to the Post Office and orders are sent out every Wednesday , without fail. So recent orders , Wildo , were sent out expedited , 4-6 business days , Dec 5 , Wed , yesterday.
This way I have some system to all the things I have to do , ordering raw ingredients (which occassionally get held up in Customs) , creating, corresponding, packaging , shipping , oh and then there are the dogs ! , .
Wildo will PM you with your tracking number.
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The orders come in from Dogs Naturally. I dedicate an entire day for packaging all my orders .
Oh- I think it was mentioned in this thread that the orders go to Dogs Naturally, but are fulfilled by you. I missed that. So I see it could take a little longer this way. Thanks for the explanation Carmen! I'm pretty excited to give ti a shot with Pimg; I know it worked well with my foster Gretchen. (Actually, I think I will send that lady a message letting her know your stuff is more accessible now.)
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Old 12-26-2012, 06:09 PM   #39 (permalink)
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I went away for a couple of days and left my feed sentials outside of the fridge is it still okay to feed?

Also now i only mix the sunday with spring water as the yogurt and my dog just dont mix.
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yes - 100% -- it does not spoil -
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