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Details Matter, helping Duke

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Curenado, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. Curenado

    Curenado Puppy

    Hello. We got a dump or die pit, quite handsome, but with some health problems. Couldn't do it. That him not being home was very contrived, methodical and malicious made it too hard to ignore. He is a handsome dog and very good to us, but he has all safety precautions anyway and we just avoid risks.
    Dog breeds differ and sometimes a lot in thier health and medical care. I hoped I would be able to find breed specific information here about what things to use and what to avoid.
    He is largely eating cooked food for now and has no plans but beef up, take it easy and find out what foods agree with him.
    So thanks for all the notes!!
  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator


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