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Old 07-25-2013, 11:11 AM
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Hey all I am new here but not new to forums.some of you may recognize me off other dog sites.
I have a 28 month old female Lab. A 10 year old female Border Collie mix. And two 15month old male Foxhounds.
I am very interested in nutrition. Right now the two girls are transitioning from Fromm to Annamaet Manitok. I will use Fromm, Annamaet and Dr. Tim's in a rotation.
The boys are eating Fromm Gold puppy, but I will be switching them to Dr.Tim's momentum for the hunting season. I work in a vet clinic as an assistant, but do everything a tech does.
My fiance and I will be getting married in fall of 14.
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Boy you are brave having 2 foxhounds. Your food choices sound solid. I really like a new one I found called Zignature. Check it out. I need it for my hound because his stomach is sensitive and he can only eat turkey. Might be something for you down the road with those hounds of yours. My cousins Doxie is doing great on it also. Welcome to the forum
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Boy you are brave having 2 foxhounds. Your food choices sound solid. I really like a new one I found called Zignature. Check it out. I need it for my hound because his stomach is sensitive and he can only eat turkey. Might be something for you down the road with those hounds of yours. My cousins Doxie is doing great on it also. Welcome to the forum
Thank you for the welcome! They are great dogs and have the heart to hunt. The kcal are not high enough in any of those formulas to keep weight on them in the winter. However I could rotate it for the girls. Do you know where this food is produced and what the ash percentages are?

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Hi and welcome! I dog sit for a female foxhound age 3, a rescue. She is coming tomorrow morning in fact for the whole weekend. She has separation anxiety and is on two meds for it! She is the sweetest lovable dear, until left alone, and then she is capable of major destruction....lol. No one would ever guess what this sweetie pie is capable of it!
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Hi and welcome! I dog sit for a female foxhound age 3, a rescue. She is coming tomorrow morning in fact for the whole weekend. She has separation anxiety and is on two meds for it! She is the sweetest lovable dear, until left alone, and then she is capable of major destruction....lol. No one would ever guess what this sweetie pie is capable of it!
Thank you for the welcome! I would love to see a pic of her. I will post pictures of my dogs when I get a chance.

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This is a picture of the sweet girl! Little Miss Houdini! She can get out of any crate by chewing it to pieces...and any cage...which I am still trying to figure out how she does that!
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This is a picture of the sweet girl! Little Miss Houdini! She can get out of any crate by chewing it to pieces...and any cage...which I am still trying to figure out how she does that!
She's beautiful!

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This is Triton.

This is Stroker.
The Lab is Emma that's in both pics.
And patch is on the back ground on the second one
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