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Im serious man, it's is like teenagers are completly brain dead!

Clay just calls me, "Ma, you better come right home, Chocy is puking enough food to feed all the dog(7) in the house for a day, he has done it twice now, and he doesnt look good!"

So, I panic, I ask him if it smells real bad...he says no, I ask him if he is drinking, he says like crazy..very thirsty, the I ask him what the puke looked like, he say just like the food.....little kibbles and bone shapes!!!DUH! My two oldest dogs eat Ol Roy, and he must have left the bag open in the corner after feeding them last night, and Chocy helped himself to obviously a feast this morning! Unbeleivable. Chocys food has no bone shapes!Clay checks and of course,I am right! He is sooooo fat Clay says, I hope his belly doesnt blow up!

Ants, food overeating, spoiling Daizy so she wants to be carried now, what next???Never mind, I didnt ask that!
 

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Sorry I just had to laugh, but I feel your pain! Koda & Shelby once helped themselves to an entire LARGE bag of doggy biscuits...needless to say we spent a couple of days cleaning puke up!!! :shock:
 

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Ha...................ha................ha...................

At least IM not home to clean it up, he can do it, it is his fault anyway!

I hope it is out of him by tomorrow, he'd be in the show and puke on my shoe or worse, the judge!

I just talked to Clay, he says Chocy looks sad, like he is in trouble now. Awwwwwwwwwwwwwww, but how do you teach them pottying and puking are two different things in the house???Pat them and kiss them after they puke??Ewwwww!

Anyway, yuk, poor baby, wish I was home with him.

This could all have been avoided IF I JUST BROUGHT HIM WITH ME TO WORK TODAY!
 

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My work would have a freakin' cow if anyone brought their dogs with them!!! :lol:

Both of mine are the same way too...they think they've done something wrong.
 

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Ahhh...I feel your pain. My son is 15 and he called me at work last week. the first thing I hear is...."Mom! Ewwww! Ewwwww! Mom!" So I'm like, "Jim, what? What's wrong?" "Mom! It's dead! Gross! He's Eating it!!" "Jim, what's dead and who's eating it??" "A bird! Chopper's eating it in the living room!"

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Ahhh...I feel your pain. My son is 15 and he called me at work last week. the first thing I hear is...."Mom! Ewwww! Ewwwww! Mom!" So I'm like, "Jim, what? What's wrong?" "Mom! It's dead! Gross! He's Eating it!!" "Jim, what's dead and who's eating it??" "A bird! Chopper's eating it in the living room!"

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What about the "dead mice" Dixie threw up once???TAMPONS!
 

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OMG! how terrible! I hope he slims down for the show
Why??Is there a chance he will be as porky???Clay says he threw up enough food to feed all the other dogs.................but he is still fat.

Does bloat also come from eating wayyyyyyy too much???

OMG! I was worried, but now Im more worried.

He is not competing for conformation, but in the red nose and favorite puppy contests, and since he is just a cut little thing with so much muscle definition, I was going to enter him in most conditioned..........guess that'll be outta the question, ya, I can see muscles, and a definate waddle to his walk, belly side to side!!Heck of a gait, dont you think??

He is gonna poo all night too isn't he??

OMG!
 

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As your dog appears to have already thrown up most of the food it doesn't sound like bloat would take place. here is somoe other info:http://www.globalspan.net/bloat.htm

Bloat is a very serious health risk for many dogs, yet many dog owners know very little about it. According to the links below, it is the second leading killer of dogs, after cancer. It is frequently reported that deep-chested dogs, such as German Shepherds, Great Danes, and Dobermans are particularly at risk. This page provides links to information on bloat and summarizes some of the key points we found in the sites we researched. Although we have summarized information we found about possible symptoms, causes, methods of prevention, and breeds at risk, we cannot attest to the accuracy. Please consult with your veterinarian for medical information.

If you believe your dog is experiencing bloat, please get your dog to a veterinarian immediately! Bloat can kill in less than an hour, so time is of the essence. Notify your vet to alert them you're on your way with a suspected bloat case. Better to be safe than sorry!

The technical name for bloat is "Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus" ("GDV"). Bloating of the stomach is often related to swallowed air (although food and fluid can also be present). It usually happens when there's an abnormal accumulation of air, fluid, and/or foam in the stomach ("gastric dilatation"). Stress can be a significant contributing factor also. Bloat can occur with or without "volvulus" (twisting). As the stomach swells, it may rotate 90° to 360°, twisting between its fixed attachments at the esophagus (food tube) and at the duodenum (the upper intestine). The twisting stomach traps air, food, and water in the stomach. The bloated stomach obstructs veins in the abdomen, leading to low blood pressure, shock, and damage to internal organs. The combined effect can quickly kill a dog.

Be prepared! Know in advance what you would do if your dog bloated. New

If your regular vet doesn't have 24-hour emergency service, know which nearby vet you would use. Keep the phone number handy.
Always keep a product with simethicone on hand (e.g., Mylanta Gas (not regular Mylanta), Gas-X, etc.) in case your dog has gas. If you can reduce or slow the gas, you've probably bought yourself a little more time to get to a vet if your dog is bloating.

This information is not intended to replace advice or guidance from veterinarians or other pet care professionals. It is simply being shared as an aid to assist you with your own research on this very serious problem.



Symptoms
Typical symptoms often include some (but not necessarily all) of the following, according to the links below. Unfortunately, from the onset of the first symptoms you have very little time (sometimes minutes, sometimes hours) to get immediate medical attention for your dog. Know your dog and know when it's not acting right.

Attempts to vomit (usually unsuccessful); may occur every 5-20 minutes
This seems to be one of the most common symptoms & has been referred to as the "hallmark symptom"
Doesn't act like usual self
Perhaps the earliest warning sign & may be the only sign that almost always occurs
Significant anxiety and restlessness
One of the earliest warning signs and seems fairly typical
"Hunched up" or "roached up" appearance
This seems to occur fairly frequently
Bloated abdomen that may feel tight (like a drum)
Despite the term "bloat," many times this symptom never occurs or is not apparent
Pale or off-color gums
Dark red in early stages, white or blue in later stages
Lack of normal gurgling and digestive sounds in the tummy
Many dog owners report this after putting their ear to their dog's tummy
Coughing
Unproductive gagging
Heavy salivating or drooling
Foamy mucous around the lips, or vomiting foamy mucous
Unproductive attempts to defecate
Whining
Pacing
Licking the air
Seeking a hiding place
Looking at their side or other evidence of abdominal pain or discomfort
May refuse to lie down or even sit down
May stand spread-legged
May attempt to eat small stones and twigs
Drinking excessively
Heavy or rapid panting
Shallow breathing
Cold mouth membranes
Apparent weakness; unable to stand or has a spread-legged stance
Especially in advanced stage
Accelerated heartbeat
Heart rate increases as bloating progresses
Weak pulse
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Causes

According to the links below, it is thought that the following may be the primary contributors to bloat. To calculate a dog's lifetime risk of bloat according to Purdue University's School of Veterinary Medicine, click here.

Stress Dog shows, mating, whelping, boarding, change in routine, new dog in household, etc.
Although purely anecdotal, we've heard of too many cases where a dog bloated after a 3rd dog was brought into the household (perhaps due to stress regarding pack order). New
Activities that result in gulping air

Eating habits, especially... Elevated food bowls
Rapid eating
Eating dry foods that contain citric acid as a preservative (the risk is even worse if the owner moistens the food) New
Eating dry foods that contain fat among the first four ingredients New
Insufficient Trypsin (a pancreatic enzyme present in meat)
Dilution of gastric juices necessary for complete digestion by drinking too much water before or after eating New
Eating gas-producing foods (especially soybean products, brewer's yeast, and alfalfa) New

Exercise before and especially after eating
Heredity (especially having a first-degree relative who has bloated)
Build & Physical Characteristics Having a deep and narrow chest compared to other dogs of the same breed
Older dogs
Males
Being underweight

Disposition Fearful or anxious temperament
Prone to stress
History of aggression toward other dogs or people
 

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My two oldest dogs eat Ol Roy, !
Have you read the info on OL ROY :shock: ...studies have found OL ROY contains the same chemical in it used to enuthanize dogs..it was all over the media not to long ago..I will see if I can dig up something on it..

Just a thought...Check this info out that my girlfriend whom is a vet tech passed along...

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Ok this is some info for those of you that have not had a chance to read it or that dont know about it. Im not saying you have to change brands or run right out and get expensive foods, just letting you know animals must get better quality foods and owners must choose and check out food brands wisely. My Neo Mastiff died due to bad poisoned food "Ol-Roy" from walmart. :evil: :evil: A very heathly and happy dog he was feed this food for almost 2 yrs and all of a sudden ended up dying from liver, kidney and heart failure from toxins in his systom from the dog food. :evil:
It's not listed on the bag, but there's something in pet food that might be making your dog sick or kill it.



The Food and Drug Administration and the Center for Veterinary Medicine found that the same poison used to euthanize animals turned up in many top-selling brands.

Kibbles 'n Bits, Pro Plan, Dad's and 41 other brands tested positive for pentobarbital.

Veterinarians use it to euthanize sick pets. Slaughter houses use it to kill diseased farm animals.

The FDA says after the animals are put down, their carcasses are sent to meat processing plants and then sold to dog food makers.

What we don't know is if this poison can build up over time and damage a dog's organs.

So the FDA created this list of brands containing trace amounts of the poison.


Dr. Borys Pakush says poisons in general can build up in a dog's system and often attack the liver, kidney's and the central nervous system.

But he doesn't know if trace amounts of pentobarbital will shorten a dog's life and we may never know.

"I couldn't tell you today specifically if I dealt with a case of liver disease, is it associated with pentobarbital unless I tried to do high tech testing of the liver, which, who can afford to do that?" he says.

The FDA started studying the poison several years ago because veterinarians kept asking why it took more penibarbitol to euthanize pets.

The vets say the animals seemed to be building a resistance to the drug. But the FDA says the trace amounts they found in the food are harmless.

Although just released, these tests were conducted nearly two years ago. The FDA can't say whether the same brands on the shelf today have pentobarbital in them. For that information, you will need to call your dog food company's consumer information line. Some dog food companies are taking extra steps now to keep pentobarbital out of their products

So do you really know whats in that food??

FDA/Center for Veterinary Medicine
Survey #1, qualitative analyses for pentobarbital residue
Dry dog food samples purchased in Laurel, MD, area, March - June 1998


KEYYes = confirmed for presence of pentobarbital
No = failed to confirm for presence of pentobarbital
No result = analyses failed quality assurance requirements

Rendered ingredients:AD = animal digest
AF = animal fat
BBM = beef and bone meal
BT = beef tallow
MBM = meat and bone meal

NOTES3-4 ppb = Estimated limit for confirming pentobarbital with highest confidence
ppb = parts-per-billion pentobarbital, by weight (nanograms per gram)

n = not given or not legible

Rendered ingredients (position in ingredient list)Confirmed for the presence of pentobarbital?Brand Name Formulation NameLot Number
Beef Meal(1)yesNutroPremium10:19 2AR7JJ
Beef Meal(1)yesNutroPremium00:512BA7256259101069704
MBM(2) AF(6) AD(7)yesOl'RoyKrunchy Bites & BonesV033
MBM(2) AF(5) AD(8)yesOl'RoyPremium Formula with Chicken Protein and RiceV093
MBM(2) AF(5) AD(8)yesOl'RoyPremium Formula with Chicken Protein and RiceV071
MBM(2) AF(6) AD(9)yesOl'RoyHigh Performance with Chicken Protein and RiceV073
MBM(2) AF(6) AD(9)no resultOl'RoyHigh Performance with Chicken Protein and RiceV073
MBM(2) AF(6) AD(7)yesOl'RoyKrunchy Bites & BonesV153
MBM(2) AF(5)yesTrailblazerChunk Premium Quality 029813:30\A/2
MBM(2) AF(5)yesTrailblazerChunk Premium QualityA5981315\A/R (?)
MBM(2) AF(5)yesTrailblazerBite Size RationA5889911A\A/1
MBM(2) AF(5)yesTrailblazerBite Size Ration030800113\A/2
MBM(2) AF(4)noPedigreeMealtime 814EL0011E
MBM(2) AF(4)noPedigreeMealtime 816GL154D
MBM(2) AF(6)noPedigreeMeaty Chunks with Rice and Vegetables811FL0027E
MBM(2) AF(6)noPedigreeMeaty Chunks with Rice and Vegetables811FL2211E
MBM(2) AF(3)yesDad'sBite Size Meal17:42
MBM(2) AF(3)yesDad'sBite Size Meal7:12
MBM(2) AF(6)yesWeis ValueChunky and MoistFeb 0599x
MBM(2) AF(6)yesWeis ValuePuppy Food99N132
BBM(2) AF(5)noFriskiesCome'n Get It8104LP-61156
BBM(2) AF(6)noFriskiesAlpo8015LP 60501
BBM(2) AF(6)noFriskiesAlpo8096LP-60531
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(6)yesSuper GChunk Style V113
MBM(3) AD(5) AF(6)noOl'RoyLean FormulaV013
MBM(3) AD(5) AF(6)noOl'RoyLean FormulaV073
MBM(3) AF(5)no resultRichfoodHigh Protein Dog Meal1R04018
MBM(3) AF(5)noRichfoodHigh Protein Dog Meal1R03308
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(6)yesRichfoodChunk Style 1R0478
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(6)yesRichfoodChunk Style 3R05088
MBM(3) AF(5)noRichfoodGravy Style Dog Food3R010598
MBM(3) AF(5)yesRichfoodGravy Style Dog Food3R06078
MBM(3) AF(5) Beef Dgst(7)noSuper GGravy Style Dog FoodV013

Rendered ingredients (position in ingredient list)Confirmed for the presence of pentobarbital?Brand Name Formulation NameLot Number
MBM(3) AF(5) Beef Dgst(7)noSuper GGravy Style Dog FoodV093
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(6)yesSuper GChunk Style V003
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(6)yesSuper GChunk Style V113
MBM(3) AF(4)yesPet EssentialsChunk Style 0-0046-L9
MBM(3) AF(4)yesPet EssentialsChunk Style D-1106-L9
MBM(3) AF(5)yesAmerica's ChoiceKrunchy Kibble3R
MBM(3) AF(5)yesAmerica's ChoiceKrunchy KibbleR
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(6)yesWeis ValueCrunchy Dog Food99N052
MBM(3) AF(5) Beef Dgst(7)yesWeis ValueGravy Style Dog FoodN092
MBM(3) AF(7) AD(8)yesWeis ValueHigh Protein Dog FoodN072
BBM(3) AD(4) AF(5)yesOl'RoyMeaty Chunks and GravyK5 0825
BBM(3) AD(4) AF(5)noOl'RoyMeaty Chunks and GravyV90051
BBM(3) AF(4) AD(5)yesKen-L RationGravy Train Beef, Liver and Bacon FlavorW20351
BBM(3) AF(4) AD(5)yesKen-L RationGravy Train Beef, Liver and Bacon FlavorW31203
BBM(3) AF(6) noPurinaMainstayU2326-L8
BBM(3) AF(6) noPurinaMainstayU1529-L6
BBM(3) BT(4)no resultPurinaDog ChowE1837-L2
BBM(3) AF(6)noFriskiesCome'n Get It8082L9-62159
BBM(3) AF(4)yesKen-L RationGravy Train W12123
BBM(3) AF(4)yesKen-L RationGravy Train W11525
BBM(3) BT(4)noPurinaLittle BitesU0502L4
BBM(3) BT(4)noPurinaLittle BitesU1201-L4
BBM(3) AF(5) AD(9)noHeinzKibbles 'n Bits JerkyL70600
BBM(3) AF(5) AD(9)yesHeinzKibbles 'n Bits JerkyL2 228
BBM(3) AF(5) AD(9)noHeinzKibbles 'n Bits 'n Bits 'n BitsL200:38
BBM(3) AF(5) AD(9)noHeinzKibbles 'n Bits 'n Bits 'n BitsL7 0448
MBM(4) AF(6)yesWeis ValueKibbles Variety MixMar 0999z
MBM(4)yesKibble SelectPremium Dog Food11P
MBM(4)yesKibble SelectPremium Dog Food1238
BBM(4) BT(6)noFieldmasterFieldmasterC1334-L3
BBM(4) AF(6)noFieldmasterFieldmasterU2108-L5
BBM(4) BT(6)noPurinaHigh ProU1829L6
BBM(4) BT(6)noPurinaHigh ProU1749-L6
BBM(4) AF(6)noPurinaGrrravyU1643-L7
BBM(4) AF(6)noPurinaGrrravyU1059-L6

Rendered ingredients (position in ingredient list)Confirmed for the presence of pentobarbital?Brand Name Formulation NameLot Number
BBM(4) AF(6) AD(7)yesHeinzKibbles 'n Bits PuppyL1-0343
BBM(4) BT(7) Dried AD(10)noPurinaDog Chow SeniorU2055L3
BBM(4) BT(7) Dried AD(10)noPurinaDog Chow SeniorU0303L4
BT(4) BBM(10)noPurinaKibbles and Cheezy ChewsN-0113-L10-E
BT(4) BBM(10)noPurinaKibbles and Cheezy ChewsN-19-58-L11-W
MBM(5) AF(7)yesChamp ChunxBite Size Dog FoodH20054
BBM(5) AF(6)noPurinaKibbles and ChunksN-20-37-L10-E
BBM(5) AF(6)noPurinaKibbles and ChunksI-21-10-L10-E
BBM(5) BT(6)noPurinaButcher's BlendN1224-L20
BBM(5) BT(6)noPurinaButcher's BlendN-1723-L20
BBM(5) AD(8)noHeinzKibbles 'n Bits LeanL30906
BBM(5) AD(8)yesHeinzKibbles 'n Bits LeanL2 1156
BT(5)noPurinaDog ChowU1239-L2
BT(5)noProPlanBeef and Rice AdultU2053-L2
BT(5)yesProPlanBeef and Rice AdultU0131 L2
BBM(6) BT(7)noPurinaFit & TrimU0557L3
BBM(6) BT(7)noPurinaFit & TrimU2133-L4
BT(6)yesProPlanBeef and Rice PuppyE0601-L3
BT(6)yesProPlanBeef and Rice PuppyE0359 L2
MBM(7) AF(9)noOl'RoyDinner Rounds Soft Dry Dog Food8D30PB1
MBM(7) AF(8)yesRewardDinner Rounds Dog Food8C19PA1
MBM(7) AF(8)noRewardDinner Rounds Dog Food8D23PB1
Survey #2, quantitative analyses for pentobarbital residue
Dry dog food samples purchased in Laurel, MD, area, December 2000

KEY

QUANTITATIVE ANALYSES

ppb = parts-per-billion pentobarbital, by weight (nanograms per gram)
--- = not found above 1 ppb limit of detection
a = found in 1-2 ppb range, but not accurately measurable

QUALITATIVE ANALYSES

yes = confirmed for presence of pentobarbital
no = failed to confirm for presence of pentobarbital
blank = not analyzed by qualitative method

Rendered ingredients:AD = animal digest
AF = animal fat
BBM = beef and bone meal
BT = beef tallow
MBM = meat and bone meal

NOTES1 ppb = Lowest concentration for detecting pentobarbital with some confidence
2 ppb = Lowest concentration for measuring pentobarbital accurately
3-4 ppb = Estimated limit for confirming pentobarbital with highest confidence
n = not given or not legible


Rendered ingredients (position in ingredient list)Measured (ppb)Confirmed for presence of pentobarbital?Brand NameFormulation Name Lot Number
MBM(2) AF(5) BBM(6) AD(8)10.0yesOld RoyPuppy Formula, Beef Flavor0407003
MBM(2) AF(5) AD(8)---Old RoyPremium Chicken and Rice0409002
MBM(2) AF(5) AD(8)32.0yesOld RoyPuppy Formula, Chicken and Rice0415002
MBM(2) AF(5) AD(8)anoRichfoodDog Food Chunk Style50 09:50 1
MBM(2) AF(6) AD(9)aOld RoyHigh Performance Chicken and Rice0417002
MBM(2) AF(5)---PedigreeMeaty Chunks Mealtime046DT0117C
MBM(2) AF(5) AD(7)aSafewayHigh Protein0650 EA
MBM(2) AF(6) AD(9)3.9yesRichfoodHigh Protein Dog Meal50 22:34 1
MBM(2) AF(6)---PedigreeMealTime Large Crunchy Bites935CK0906E
MBM(2) AF(8) AD(9)anoSafewayPuppy foodEB2206
MBM(2) AF(6) AD(9)15.0yesWeisTotal High Energy Chicken and Rice?17 09:23 2
BBM(2) AF(5) MBM(7)---FriskiesCome and Get it--Beef, Chicken, Liver0269LP70610
BBM(2) BT(6) AD(8)---American FareBites and BonesC1800 L1
MBM(3) AD(5) AF(6)3.9yesOld RoyLean Formula0409003
MBM(3) AD(4) AF(5)---Old RoyMeaty Chunks and GravyV80333
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(7)---SafewayTasty NuggetsEB 22:00
MBM(3) AF(5) Beef Digest(7)4.5yesSuper GGravy Style Dog Foodn
MBM(3) AF(5) AD(6)16.4yesSuper GChunk Style Dog Food0415003
BBM(3) AF(4) AD(5)---HeinzKenL Ration Gravy Train Beef Liver and BaconW3 0819
BBM(3) AF(5) AD(9)aHeinzKibbles N Bits Original, Chicken and BeefL72111
BBM(3) AF(6) AD(8)25.1yesHeinzKibbles and Bits Beefy BitsL22027
BBM(3) BT(4)---PurinaDog Chow Little BitesC 0202 L2
AF(3)---HillsScience Diet Senior, 7+, small bitesK02350044
AF(3)8.4yesDad'sBite Size Meal Chicken and Ricen
BT(3)11.6yesPetGoldMaster Diet Puppy Formulation11:17 EA
MBM(4) AF(6)---SafewaySmall Bites00:14 EC
MBM(4) AF(6)---WeisTotal Pet Kibblesn
MBM(4)---Dad'sKibble Selectn
BBM(4) AF(6) AD(7)2.8noHeinzKibbles and Bits PuppyL70222
BBM(4) BT(6)---FieldmasterAdultC2258L4
BBM(4) BT(5)---PurinaPuppy chow, Beef FlavorC0559 L1
BBM(4) BT(6)---PurinaKibbles and Chunks Beef FlavorC234 L1
AF(4)---NeuraSpecial Diet Formulation 300SM017311:37
Rendered ingredients (position in ingredient list)Measured (ppb)Confirmed for presence of pentobarbital?Brand NameFormulation Name Lot Number
AF(4)---Nature's RecipeEasy to DigestNT B 18:41
AF(4)---FriskiesAlpo Lamb Meal Rice and Barley0237UA20635
AF(4)---PedigreeMealtime with Lamb and Rice045C50933C
AF(4)---HillsScience Diet Large Breed AdultK07360152
AF(4) MBM(5) AD(6)---HeinzKenL Ration Choice BlendW4 1947
BT(4)---PetGoldMaster Diet Adult FormulationEA 09:25
MBM(5) AF(6)---American FareHigh ProteinC0935 L6
BBM(5) BT(7) AD(8)---PurinaDog Chow Senior 7+C 2159 L2
BBM(5) BT(6) AD(8)---American FareAdult Formulationn
BBM(5) BT(7) AD(8)---PurinaOne Beef and RiceC 0405 L2
BBM(5) BT(6)---Purina Butchers BlendN 0751 L20
AF(5)---HillsScience Diet Large Breed Canine, Puppies142K51737
AF(5)---SafewayLamb Meal and RiceEB1556
AF(5)aNeuraSpecial Diet Formulation 200SM002714:27
BT(5) AD(9)---ProPlanBeef and Rice, Adult FormulationV0621L2
BT(5) BBM(6)---SafewayKibbles and Munchy ChewsF061414
BT(5) BBM(6)---American FareKibbles and Munchy MorselsC1931 L2
MBM(6) AF (7)---HeinzReward Dinner RoundsP1 1238
AF(6) BBM(8)---FriskiesAlpo Complete Puppy0007UA22125
AF(6)---Nature's RecipeLifestages Senior Lamb and RiceV80449
AF(6)---HillsScience Diet Sensitive StomachK12251603
AF(6)---HillsScience Diet Sensitive SkinK15350650
AF(6)---PedigreePuppy0420S1702C
BT(6) AD(8)---American FarePuppy FormulationD 0756 L8
BT(7)---SafewaySelect Adult Dog Formulation (Nutra Balance)E2200L3
BT(7) ---Maxximum NutritionLamb and Rice Formulan
Meat Meal(7)---FlavoriteKibbles Dog Food3104269
 

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I know Ol Roy sucks as a dog food, but they have been eating it for-Sassy 14 years and Hot Rod 8 years, and are as healthy as can be. I also go through 60lbs of Nutro($40 a week in Nutro with the other 5 dogs, so it i also a break alittle on dog food bills. If it didnt work for them, any signs, Id switch no problem, they have just always been raised on it!


Im home now and he seems himself. He is going to get his nalis trimmed now, for the show.
 

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What about the "dead mice" Dixie threw up once???TAMPONS!

EEEWWWWW!!! :pukeright: :lol:
 

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He is gonna poo all night too isn't he??
I'd say yes - especially if it's Ol Roy - my babies will get the squirts if they even look at that stuff!!! :shock:
Ol' Roy is the worst crap in the world, along with other grocery store brands. :shock:
 

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I know Ol Roy sucks as a dog food, but they have been eating it for-Sassy 14 years and Hot Rod 8 years, and are as healthy as can be. I also go through 60lbs of Nutro($40 a week in Nutro with the other 5 dogs, so it i also a break alittle on dog food bills. If it didnt work for them, any signs, Id switch no problem, they have just always been raised on it!


Im home now and he seems himself. He is going to get his nalis trimmed now, for the show.
Purina in a green bag is (slightly) better and not much more $$...
 
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