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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Would you agree that Sumo looks better then across the shoulders and chest, just more...what's the word...solid?
    Oh yes...Staffies need their protein and Sumo looks a lot better...more solid and buff

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    Doesn't buff mean...naked? *DA covers her eyes*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Doesn't buff mean...naked? *DA covers her eyes*
    buff = more muscle mass

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    Ooooh, I see. I'm sitting here thinking "well of course he's naked!"

    Ho hum.

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    The raw diet is definitely agreeing with him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    The raw diet is definitely agreeing with him
    That's great.

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    well shes max 20 months.. im increasing the raw meat in her diet and fish and she hasnt had any issues as she did on the can food...

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    Huh Laura? Gyps was eating canned food? Oh yucky.

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    yeah when we first got her she was on natures gift (i was a bit ignorant)...but went off that very quickly and have integrated raw meat chicken necks yoghurt fish and kibble im trying her on the diet you suggested the other day she hasnt had processed food (apart from a bit of kibble) for over a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Lamb is good for weight gain. We have always fed lamb to rescues that come in under weight.
    Very true. My problem is whenever I buy lamb with good intentions, I have to eat it myself. Lol.

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