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  • Welcome back!

    We decided to spruce things up and fix some things under the hood. If you notice any issues, feel free to contact us as we're sure there are a few things here or there that we might have missed in our upgrade.

New ones of Meesha


Big Dog
Here are some new pictures of Meesha. I'm really sure theres something fuzzy on my camera's sensor. I thought maybe it was condensation in some earlier pictures, but it's still there. Just slightly noticable when the pictures get blown up.

Also, Meesha's ears are kinda yeasty. I keep having to clean them, but a few days later they smell again. Just a little. I keep them really clean. I've heard it can be diet-related. Specifically potatoes. Can anyone back that up? I'm trying to decide on a new food for her and that would help my decision.

Here she is.

She looks SO much like a puppy in this one. People don't believe she's over 2.

She likes to scoot herself through the grass like a snake...

Dramatic close up

Thanks for looking!
awww, shes such a cutie!

and yes, dirty/yeasty ears can be a big sign of a diet not agreeing with a dog.
yeast overgrowth is most commonly caused by too much sugers (even natural sugers like fruit and honey) to much yeast and grains (corn,rice,wheat, etc)
though i have not heard of potatos causeing ear problems, doesnt mean thats not the case.

BUT-goopey,stinky,yeasty or dirty ears can also be caused by chicken,fish,beff etc IF the dog is allergic to it, so even if your dog is on the best diet possible-it could simply be allergic to one of the ingredents.