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  1. Dog Health and Food
    Hi fellow dog lovers! I was wondering what you give for your dog's arthritis. I adopted my Nashi (German shepherd x great Pyrenees) a year ago and was informed he was about three-years-old, but his joints say otherwise. He gets a grain-free kibble + RAW diet with fish oil added to his food...
  2. Dog Health and Food
    Last year I was informed by my vet that my 3 year old Molly was born with loose patellas, a birth defect my vet thinks. There is a possibility that she might need surgery in the future but I am wondering if by managing her weight, and making a tramp for her along with giving her vitamins and...
  3. Dog Health and Food
    Hi, I have a 10 year old pomeranian who has luxating patella in both knees. He was diagnosed around 2-3 years ago and the vet recommended for him to take Glucosamine. I also mentioned to the vet that I feed my pom a home cooked meal and the vet had suggested i give him vitamins incase he would...
  4. Dog Health and Food
    Hi, anyone ever heard or try ANS Life Stages Supplement? Animal Nutrition Science I'm looking for easy to administer supplement for my long hair shih tzu (i currently use powder Dorwest supplement but finds it too messy for their mustache). Any suggestion?
  5. Dog Food
    Good evening! First of all, I've had a four-pawed companion every single day of my life since I was born, and I've recently adopted my first two actual puppies. My mother was the previous person paying for the food and such for my other dogs, but now I've taken up the entire responsibility and...
  6. Dog Health and Food
    So me and my boy DUKE (2yr old Pit Bull) spend alot of time running, skating, and biking. But his nails are getting way too stubby. I started keeping him in more, but i was wondering if anyones knows if its ok to give him biotin supplements to move the process along, and what is the proper amount ?
  7. Dog Health and Food
    Recently on NPR I heard that nearly every person in the United States has flame retardant chemicals (PBDEs) in their bodies, in concentrations ranging up to as high as 10,000 parts per billion in some cases. A more typical concentration is actually closer to 30 ppb, but still I was left to...
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