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Satin Ball Recipe

Can you please tell me how much weight you would expect to see your dog gain and over what period of time? We have just made up a batch today to hopefully put weight on all three of our dogs (they were left in the care of my sister whilst our family went away for 3 weeks and I don't believe they were fed, maybe once a week by the look of them and the amount of weight they have lost. You can see their ribs and it breaks my heart as they are just like our children to us. My mongrel sister has since gone MIA, as she would know I would probably harm her for what she's done or should I say neglected to do!!). All 3 dogs absolutely loved the satin balls and we only gave each of them 3 about a little bigger than a golf ball size along with what we would normally feed them. I'm praying this works and my fur babies are back to their normal selves asap. They're not lethargic and have lots of energy, so I feel we came home just in time. Please don't post any negative comments as I'm only new to this site and am genuinely asking for help/answers. Thank you for taking the time to read my post and I apologise for its length, but I wanted to try and give a clear picture as to why I asked my question. Kind regards, Joh
 

Krista

Krypto Super Dog
Can you please tell me how much weight you would expect to see your dog gain and over what period of time? We have just made up a batch today to hopefully put weight on all three of our dogs (they were left in the care of my sister whilst our family went away for 3 weeks and I don't believe they were fed, maybe once a week by the look of them and the amount of weight they have lost. You can see their ribs and it breaks my heart as they are just like our children to us. My mongrel sister has since gone MIA, as she would know I would probably harm her for what she's done or should I say neglected to do!!). All 3 dogs absolutely loved the satin balls and we only gave each of them 3 about a little bigger than a golf ball size along with what we would normally feed them. I'm praying this works and my fur babies are back to their normal selves asap. They're not lethargic and have lots of energy, so I feel we came home just in time. Please don't post any negative comments as I'm only new to this site and am genuinely asking for help/answers. Thank you for taking the time to read my post and I apologise for its length, but I wanted to try and give a clear picture as to why I asked my question. Kind regards, Joh

Welcome! While I have never needed to use satin balls they put weight on your dogs pretty fast. So when you get the weight you want to see you should stop feeding the satin balls. They are a temporary thing to help dogs gain weight. :)