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03-03-2014 01:27 PM
blackshep Yay!!
03-03-2014 03:45 AM
Nyx That is so wonderful to hear. I am so happy things are going well for you!
03-03-2014 01:09 AM
sembry :-D

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03-03-2014 01:08 AM
sembry Also she's eating like an ole pro now first time took her at least 30 min to eat her whole meal and now less than 5 min! :-)

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03-03-2014 01:00 AM
sembry Just a quick update Kira isn't stinking even half as bad as she was or itching as bad a she was and her oozing spots are completely dry and scabed up. Normally she would have gotten a bath this weekend but I'm trying not to bath her too much so next weekend to clean off some od the toxins!

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03-01-2014 12:40 AM
sembry Thanks lauri & the gang!

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03-01-2014 12:38 AM
Lauri & The Gang
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I read that there's an enzyme in uncooked eggs that prevents the body from absorbing vitamin b??
There is something in raw egg WHITES that can prevent the body from absorbing Biotin. BUT, the raw egg YOLK has TONS of Biotin so feeding a WHOLE raw egg is completely safe.

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Also I add the shell, read that it just adds more calcium?
Unless you grind the shell the dogs body is mostly likely going to pass the shell through without getting any calcium from it.
03-01-2014 12:34 AM
sembry Quick update Kira's skin is healing less dark more pink/flesh color, her oozing leaky spots are dry and crusty now, she eats like and ole pro first time I swear it took her 30+ min to eat one chicken leg quarter tonight she ate her whole meal in less than 5 min. Her teeth are getting the little bit of tarter scraped off by chewing the bones, her smell is almost nonexistent. She hasn't had a bath in a week normally she would get a bath tomorrow but she doesn't need one. I will bath her in another week just to wash off the dirty fur and flaky skin! I'm ready for the new hair to come in abs the shedding to diminish cause I've been dealing with excessive shedding due to excessive scratching but its alk worth it for her to het better. I hope many can learn from this as well as all the other helpful posts about this healing diet. Its so simple just try cause it can giv e you so much stress relief and its not hsrd or anymore expensive than a high end expensive "kibble". I was worried about that when I started just find the sales or a co-op in you area or a butcher willing to sell scraps and such to you. Ive looked and had no luck with scraps from a butcher but I haven't give up either! I think most are afraid they might get in trouble cause I lived in a very populated area probably have more luck in a smaller area. I'm still looking though cause toy can't give up, at least for me gotta find the best deals!! :-)

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02-28-2014 05:17 PM
sembry Blackshep its the stories that made my decision to switch otherwise I probably never would have thought it would make that much of a difference!! I'm very impressed with her teeth too the little bit of tarter she did have its almost gone already from the chewing of the bones! I'm ecstatic with her improvements already and look forward to more! Now will recommend to everyone I come across friends family and strangers just needing help and advice!

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02-28-2014 01:25 PM
blackshep Wow, sembry, that is amazing!!!! I hope it continues! I love hearing these stories it just reaffirms my feelings that feeding raw is just the absolute best way to go!

Woohoo!! Go pup-pup, go!!
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