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Old 12-14-2015, 05:05 AM
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That was kind of a joke... lmao... seriously though, I find that bigger dogs are calmer. My Chihuahua is a grumpy old man, while the other two have never bitten and almost never bark.

I'm still trying to get a hold on cannabis oil... I'm pretty serious about it. If anyone can help, please help... I've contacted many sources from the USA that sell cannabis, but they say they don't ship it. I was advised to get someone from the USA to ship it to me.
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I liked the Facebook page, it will be nice to follow her journey. im glad she is feeling allot more comfortable.
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Old 12-18-2015, 06:43 AM
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Halle used to eat all the organic fruits and veggies I prepared for her, but she's now refusing them.

I don't think she has lost her appetite because she is willing to eat eggs. Halle is intelligent... she might be protesting against her new diet.

She gets excited when she sees processed food. She approaches my landlady for unhealthy food.

How do I get some healthy food into her system? I've been syringing in vegetable juice, but, she needs some solid food.

I'm feeling really down now...
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Old 12-18-2015, 07:33 AM
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bake her some dog biscuits. you can find recipes on line. as long as you use mainly organic ingredients, im sure it is ok. chicken and fish will be ok to give her. red meats are the ones to avoid. she is probably not satisfied with an all vege diet anymore, you have given her a good kick-start now, so maybe introduce something she can sink her teeth into now, now and then.
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Are you feeding her meat?
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Old 12-18-2015, 11:59 PM
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I've been feeding her organic fruits, veg and soft-boiled eggs for the past two weeks.

I'll buy some free-range chicken breasts and steam them for her tonight. I'm at work now and she refused sweet potatoes this morning :~(

I don't have an oven and landlady doesn't allow me to get one...
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My dogs would refuse sweet potatos too after a couple days of it. If you can spring for it, perhaps some oily fish too? Omega 3s in fish oils might do something beneficial too, besides adding a nice flavor she might enjoy. I know flax oil has MORE omegas in it but if she's refusing what you're giving her she might like the change in taste and a perked up appetite. Although the evidence linking omega 3s and benefits vs cancer aren't high, they have lots of other benefits.

Don't hesitate to feed fatty meats either. The more proteins and fats she has, the harder it'll be for her illness to waste her away. It might not slow down the rest, but..
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Old 12-19-2015, 03:43 AM
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Yeah, will do that... I want her to be happy, too...

Her lump seems smaller. I don't know what that means... don't wanna raise my hopes...
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