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Thread: Recipes for Megaesophagus Patient

  1. #11
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    You are lucky there Dan, we lost out little guy 2 months ago.

    He didn't even make it to his second birthday.

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    Im so so sorry for your loss!!
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    I have a friend who has a newfie in the USA with a similar problem.....they have made a very high table for the dog to feed from and they feed four times per day, very small feeds. What you feed sounds fine, but positioning whilst feeding is very important. her dogs has to stand on a step, with it's front feet, to eat out of a raised bowl. So that the body is at quite a high angle, with the head being the higher part. I must see if I can find any info for you
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    Here you are...this is a little different, but same concept, good luck

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