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If you feed ZiwiPeak . . .

Getting some literature from ZiwiPeak I mentioned there were several supporters on this forum and Kimberly Mitchell, the co-founder, replied she was honored and and invited happy users to send photos and letters for use on the ZiwiPeak website and Facebook page.

Her email is is kimberly (at sign) kiwipeak dot com.
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Thanks! I've been using it as a topper and my guys love it!

They were great about sending free samples too!





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I'm using it too. Tim likes it and Mae will eat anything including poop

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Max has been eating ZiwiPeak for many years and Bessie is like Mae, eats anything
including poop! The poop eating has gotten better but some times she just can't resist!!!!
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Wow, you guys make me wonder if something about the food such as texture or digestibility promotes coprophagia?

Maybe in your testimonial letters you can say, "ZiwiPeak is so good, my dog eats it twice!"
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Wow, you guys make me wonder if something about the food such as texture or digestibility promotes coprophagia?

Maybe in your testimonial letters you can say, "ZiwiPeak is so good, my dog eats it twice!"

Ha ha!! That's hilarious!

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Tim likes it and Mae will eat anything including poop
Now there's a ringing endorsement.


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Wow, you guys make me wonder if something about the food such as texture or digestibility promotes coprophagia?

Maybe in your testimonial letters you can say, "ZiwiPeak is so good, my dog eats it twice!"
And it doesn't matter if the poop is fresh or frozen, she loves it all. Maybe I only need to actually feed her once a day.

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Leo has been eating Ziwipeak since August when he was 6 months old. Prior to Ziwipeak, I had a very difficult time getting Leo to eat consistently. I have started feeding Primal raw frozen for Leo's evening meal and Ziwipeak for breakfast. Leo likes both foods and now eats like a normal dog morning and night. You do have to be careful not to over feed Ziwipeak? The portions are very small and if you over feed the pup will get loose stools. Leo weighs 11lbs and the Ziwipeak feeding calculator said 3.7 oz per day but I found that 2.5 oz kept his weight stable and prevented loose stools?


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Kodi loves it as training treaters, and I like it because it's easy to break up for training. I cook for him, so I don't feed it every day, but he definitely lies it!


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