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12-18-2013 05:01 PM
misslesleedavis1
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since we are in the same neighbourhood -- visit HeronView Raw N Natural , Ashburn Road , north of Columbus , south of Brawley.

Lot of answers there.
Awesome ive heard tons of great things
12-18-2013 04:01 PM
carmspack since we are in the same neighbourhood -- visit HeronView Raw N Natural , Ashburn Road , north of Columbus , south of Brawley.

Lot of answers there.
12-18-2013 04:01 PM
Harry and Lola I always think you can tell a lot by their poop (nice hey!) if his poops are firm and normal looking then that is good.
12-18-2013 03:56 PM
misslesleedavis1
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Originally Posted by Harry and Lola View Post
To fatten up dogs, we always use raw lamb mince (I think Americans call it ground?) Lamb has a high fat content and can be given alone or mixed in with kibble. Otherwise look for kibble that targets weight increase.

Also, keep an him, if he is not putting on weight despite increasing the volume of food, consider getting him tested for medical issues such as EPI, where they eat and eat and basically starve to death at the same time because they can't digest food.
I dont know much about EPI, I will have to get him tested if i dont see a change, his poops are nice and healthy looking..i will look into the lamb mince and food that increases weight gain,

Thanks
12-18-2013 03:46 PM
Harry and Lola To fatten up dogs, we always use raw lamb mince (I think Americans call it ground?) Lamb has a high fat content and can be given alone or mixed in with kibble. Otherwise look for kibble that targets weight increase.

Also, keep an him, if he is not putting on weight despite increasing the volume of food, consider getting him tested for medical issues such as EPI, where they eat and eat and basically starve to death at the same time because they can't digest food.
12-18-2013 03:43 PM
misslesleedavis1
Need Tips

Anyone got any tips on how to fatten up my pooch using healthy techniques?
He is all skin and bone, (not my doing, he was from the pound) he is high energy so he gets about 5 to 7 km of running and walking a day, i am giving him 5 cups in total, any suppliments out there that would put some junk n his trunk

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