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19 April 2011 - 2:09 pm
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Love this advice here! Thanks everypawdy.

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Thanks all….

 Sardines: Im sure Im a disgrace to my Japanese ancestors but I cant stand even looking at a fish, even as small as a sardine…those beady little eyes, fins and scales….blah… I dont think I could pick them up, let alone watch Daisy eat one…..but Daisy loves your suggestion of Chicken…which, if she had a choice would make up 100% of her food pyramidbig-grin

Probiotics: I should feed it to her every day but I feel so guilty using a liquid dispenser and forcing her to eat it. Tried prescrption Flora Forta and mixed it in with her food but then she wouldnt touch her food. After refusing to eat for an hour, one of us caves in and makes her a new breakfast. Can we say s-p-o-i-l-e-d. Are their options in pill form?

Isabelle- I will try adding in more meat protein to her diet which Monkeybutt Samson isnt-he is more lard @$$ then protein…because guess who eats everything not eaten by Daisy?

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daisy2010 said:

Probiotics… Are their options in pill form?

Be sure to check out these recommended probiotics in the Tripawds Nutrition blog . We use the powder form for Wyatt in his food and it works wonders!

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I use the Whole Foods (365) brand in pill form. It’s the one our integrative vet recommends anyway.

The lactobacillus is a capsule.

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