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What do you feed your dog?

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by Lillie May, May 10, 2014.

  1. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog

    IMG_1178.JPG Haha. He looks familiar. Weighed him yesterday. 95 pounds at 13 months.
     
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  2. adamwwilkes

    adamwwilkes Little Dog

    Nice. Here's mine giving his mommy some lovinz. He's def a big boy. Very big frame and incredibly active.
     

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  3. Derek1

    Derek1 Big Dog

    Both nice looking dogs.
    @adamwwilkes I read the bag of kibble I was using. It was allot more calories then I thought. I was feeding 1,275 on kibble alone and he's only 50 pounds. Yours is a much bigger dog so that makes sense I guess the calorie count surprised me.
     
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  4. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    I agree.
    3 of mine are 65-70lbs and get 1 cup twice a day. Granted 2 are seniors and aren't very active anymore, but even when Rosie was younger and doing a lot more agility, keeping her weight down was tough at 1 cup.
    Rikki is 37lbs and gets 3/4cup twice a day, but her & Frankie run and play all day.
     
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  5. adamwwilkes

    adamwwilkes Little Dog

    With his frame, if I only fed 2 cups a day, he'd look pitiful, lol. He's an American Bully, we are right on top of where we want him at so he looks well proportionate. Now, once he is neutered I will have to go back and adjust some things. He is strong as an ox.
     
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  6. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    He looks great. It just sounds like a lot of food.
    I tend to forget that (most) bully people keep their dogs are great weights. I see so many other dogs that are so obese it's sad.
     
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  7. Derek1

    Derek1 Big Dog

    I bet he is strong as an ox.
     
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  8. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    W
    hat food do you give?
     
  9. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Ok
    ay, now I see what you are feeding.
     
  10. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    CBD supplements?
     
  11. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog

    Isn't that the no THC pot product?
     
  12. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    Yup. I've had great results with "pot cookies"
    Marshall has arthritis, sometimes in the evenings, he'll lay on his bed and moan. I tried pain meds, adequan injections, nothing seemed to help.
    Give him a couple CBD cookies and he quits moaning.
    Frankie is scared of fireworks and thunder. Earlier this spring we had a lot of big thunderstorms (very unusual for us) When the thunder started, she'd walk around the house 'talking' and pretty upset. Give her a couple cookies, she relaxes. I'm hoping for similar results over the 4th.
    Rikki is pretty nervous around new people, so she gets them once in a while before an agility trial to help with her anxiety.
     
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  13. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog

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  14. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    I haven't used the oil. Just capsules and cookies.
    Canna-pet.com has a pretty good selection. I've also found some on chewy.com and Amazon.
     
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  15. TWadeJ

    TWadeJ Big Dog

    I just exhale in Blue's face! Kidding.

    Seriously, I am glad that these natural products are available for both humans and pets.
     
  16. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator Premium Member

    You aint kidding, you and Blue are getting blazed haha!
     
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  17. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator Premium Member

    Good to know a fellow member here has actual experience with it, i have TONS of experience with myself and knowing what it does for me i could see it being very beneficial to animals as well.
     
  18. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Royal Canine for Urinary Trac.............my dog does really well on this.
     
  19. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    We Gave the cookies to Teddy for a month. I think they were Pet Releaf? Then the nutrition store recommended Therabis? They are all so expensive and I felt like the cookies did not have an equal distribution of the Meds. I was thinking the oil is probably cheaper and more balanced. I did not think it would be so easy to put dropper fills in his mouth though.
    3m
     
  20. RichJack

    RichJack Puppy

    My pups gets meals a day of home cooked food such as a combination of the following:
    - beef liver/chicken/beef
    - rice/sweet potato/barley
    - vegetable mix
    - blueberries/banana/cantalope

    And always has a free feed bowl of Performatrin Ultra.
     
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