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Karen...is that you?

I've never tried the Satin Balls, but they may help my foster Gretal. She is thin and not eating too well even though she's getting the same food in the same dish as with her previous owner. I've been trying different things and she is eating better....but the Satin Balls may do the trick.

I've been reading a lot on feeding raw (BARF Thread). Axl tends to be itchy for no reason and has discharge from his eyes since he was a puppy. I can't go totally raw because of traveling. But, Gretchen & Axl are now on Grain Free Kibble (Instinct) and raw in the same meal. I guess it depends on the dogs, but they are doing great. Comments from other people's posts show differing opinions about feeding raw and kibble together. Axl has always been a poor eater.....now he waits and prances for his dish! I'm just starting with this (about two weeks now).....we'll see how it goes!
 

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Alex is a great dog (Saveashepherd.org)
With Alan's classes he should be adopted soon......Alan's class is a good source for adopters too! That's where I got the referral for Chase's mom!

The Grain Free Kibble and raw diet has really made a difference is Axl's itching. It's only been 2-3 weeks and I still see some eye discharge.....we'll see if diet helps that.

I'm going to try the Satin Balls for Gretal. She's eating better but still needs to put on some weight. Hansel....on the other hand......is a porker! He's dropped ten lbs+. They get lots of exercise here.

DON'T FORGET EVERYBODY....HANSEL & GRETAL ARE STILL LOOKING FOR THEIR FOREVER HOMES......They must stay together and they're great dogs.
 
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