Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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2 March 2009
Hi Everyone! Montana is continuing to do really well since her Accupuncture/Chiro treatment earlier this week. The vet that worked on her gave us a list of some foods that would be good to switch her to. Previously, she has been getting Candidae and that's worked really well for hern but it's not on the list! We've decided to give Taste of the Wild a try. Monty's a bit of a picky eater and I got a sample of this from the feed store and she really seemed to like it.
I had a question about additional supplements. I saw on Jerry's diet, that he got a whole bunch of different ones and the vet recommended putting Monty on many of the same ones as Jerry. Does it matter if you buy the supplements from the online pet specialty stores, or can I buy them at my local health food/co-op?
Also, has anyone tried Genesis CAS Options? My vet recommended it as well.
I'm used to dealing with supplements due to having horses, but there are SO many it's hard to get a handle on them all! Thanks in advance for the help! Janette
25 April 2007
Tripawd Nova has a great thread going about CAS Options as part of her metronomic therapy. You can purchase your supplements anywhere, we're just always trying to find good deals online ...