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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-14-2014, 03:34 PM Thread Starter
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Nutrition, best food and supplements

Along with the best food on the market (in my opinion) Fromm, I have recently discovered an all natural powerful immune system support that is veterinarian recommended. I am giving it to my own furkids, and to my offspring families dogs. Its made from human grade ingredients and my dogs -- my PICKY eaters -- LOVE it. It strenghtens immune systems on all dogs (and cats) and can significantly reduce allergies, itching, digestive issues,tear staining, and a lot more. I am giving out taster samples so you can see if your Havvie likes them as much as mine do. The benefits of this supplement are immediate, and over time build a healthy body - for LIFE.

I would not be posting this if I did not use it myself and want to help others. So as not to "advertise" you can contact me at [email protected] for the details. I think for Havanese this is remarkable.

I also have a personal feeding formula for raising healthy puppies.
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Hmmmm. Sounds like advertising to me, albeit somewhat slid in there. No offense, it might be the greatest product going, but.....


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Why don't you just post a link to it? As long as you're not selling it yourself, I love a good recommendation

I think Fromm is a great dry kibble. I do think there are better foods though. I prefer Primal frozen. Homemade is even better than that but I don't have time





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I like Stella and Chewy for frozen now, and Primal is awesome I have used it in the past. I recently transitioned to the kibble from Fromm with a dry Stella and Chewy Duck crumble and warm water. I have a daughter in the hospital and getting them the frozen (with the help of friends and neighbors who arent saavy or who didint have time to thaw for me) was hard. Fromm Puppy is what I rear my pups on, and they LOVE it. They go home with top nutrition, a fabulous starter food for their first year of life. I agree with you, my kids loved the homemade, but that was a ton of work!
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I actually rotate between S & C and Primal. I think my guys prefer the S & C though

Hope your daughter is ok….xoxo





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Ok, I just sent you a PM so please be on the lookout.

My Dionna was on Fromm also but she is so picky and seems to go through cycles where she eats a kibble and then she suddenly wont. I have had to change kibbles numerous times (with my vet's guidance) and I guess I am lucky to have access to a few really nice dog markets. I now do home cooked in the evening and Fromm 'cookies' (2) as her evening snack and kibbles in the morning.

Anyway, she has low level allergy issues so I would like to have the supplement information. Thank you in advance!!!!
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Low level allergy and nutrition

Hi Andra, Im new at this whole thing and looked for a private message, if I dont get back to you (as in I found it!) meeage me at [email protected]
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Has anyone heard of
Simply Nourish or Ideal Balance dog foods?

I had a 30 minute conversation at Pet Smart with a "animal nutritionist".

Have a SUPER-DUPER day,
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I did a lot of research on dry food brands. Here are the ones I found that don't source from China and get the top ratings.

Fromm
Acana
Orijens
Earthborn





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I did a lot of research on dry food brands. Here are the ones I found that don't source from China and get the top ratings.

Fromm
Acana
Orijens
Earthborn
Add Nature's Logic to that list. In addition, they have been on Susan Thixton's (The Truth About Pet Food) Best Pet Foods List for the last 3 years and there aren't that many kibbles on that list. http://www.natureslogic.com/
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