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Old 01-17-2016, 08:47 AM
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Well done - six years is very impressive!

Raw does seem to work well for many dogs. We did it for several years but then Eddie developed EPI and it was too hard to manage with the necessary enzymes then.
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Old 01-18-2016, 12:23 PM
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That's wonderful and encouraging news. Congrats!

We've been at this thing since last April and I'm still trying to get good numbers on a consistent basis. My Bichon does well for a couple days then goes up into 300's for a time but I think the food may have something to do with it as I've switched a couple of times.

May I ask what the raw diet is that you feed your pup? What kind, how much, etc? My girl is 18 lbs and I have her on Natural Balance Fat Dogs kibble which is mostly carbs, but good carbs and Wellness Whitefish & Sweet Potato canned. I've been told that raw is the best but am very hesitant to try it.

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Aw, what a lovely note! Happy new year to you as well!

I will bring up the poll on how long your dog has lived with diabetes - hope you will vote to show off her six years!

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