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What do you feed your other dogs that are not tripawds or that don't have the big "C"?
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13 April 2012 - 8:09 pm
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I’ve been feeding my quadpawds Honest Kitchen, plus a frozen raw, plus Wysong Au Jus, plus my “soup for dogs“, plus raw meat (not all at once, obviously).  I’ve got a golden with dietary sensitivities and a part golden who has a cast iron stomach, however with the odds too much in favor of goldens developing cancer, I’ve decided not to take any chances and keep them on a pretty low carb, nearly grain free diet.  My biggest concern for their diets is keeping a lot of variety in there — just like with people, dogs can’t eat the same thing, day in, day out without having health issues — so I try to keep things mixed up.  The other benefit I’ve seen with going low carb for them is that they’re both at the best weight of their adult lives.

the Woo

~ ~ Rio ~ ~
Forever in my heart...

April 2000 – January 20, 2012
Diagnosed with Mast Cell Cancer in June 2007. Left rear leg amputated Feb. 8, 2011.
Mets discovered Aug. 31, 2011. Read more of Rio's story here.

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