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    Hi Masha,

    I would get her onto Paw Pro Biotic formula! It is a vet only product that costs about $50 per tub, but it works a treat for farty dogs and pups. All of my rescues go on it as do my pack live on the stuff. Makes our lives bearable when sharing the same air lol

    Paw allowed me to by a crate of the stuff directly from them that has a use by date of this month. Is fine if kept in the fridge for another 24 months. Cost me $20 per tub and if you want to try some I am happy to share at the price I paid. PM me if you would like to try a tub. Cheers Amanda

    PS If anyone else wants to try a tub, the offer is available to you also.....I swear by the stuff!!!
    SPR fosters:Rowland, Matrix, Mia, Arizona, Romeo, Wrinkles, George, Molly, Su Lin, Ellie, Charlie, Charlotte, Lulu, Montana http://www.sharpeirescue.com.au

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shar Pei Rescue Victoria View Post
    Hi Masha,

    I would get her onto Paw Pro Biotic formula! It is a vet only product that costs about $50 per tub, but it works a treat for farty dogs and pups. All of my rescues go on it as do my pack live on the stuff. Makes our lives bearable when sharing the same air lol

    Paw allowed me to by a crate of the stuff directly from them that has a use by date of this month. Is fine if kept in the fridge for another 24 months. Cost me $20 per tub and if you want to try some I am happy to share at the price I paid. PM me if you would like to try a tub. Cheers Amanda

    PS If anyone else wants to try a tub, the offer is available to you also.....I swear by the stuff!!!
    SPRV your post made me laugh, because today my hubby and I bought Inner Health Plus as hubby is ill and has to be on antibiotics for several months and it's making him feel ****. I was reading the back of the jar and it says it can help bloating, gas, flatulence, etc and I joked that we should get Charlie some. I had no idea there actually is a doggy version!!!!

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    Shar, the food you are talking about, is it good for adding weight. I only ask that as being in rescue I thought you might know a good pre-packaged food (so to speak) that is good for keeping on weight.

    I've made up the satin balls etc but it's time consuming which is fine at the moment but I go back to training next week.

    My two young whippets burn off their food. I've tried Pro-plan Active but it wasn't all that much different to the Sensitive as far as keeping weight on.

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    Over eating can = farting or eating too quickly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Over eating can = farting or eating too quickly
    Cleasanta, you just reminded me - how do you stop a dog eating too quickly? Charlie eats twice as much as Bella (he's twice her size) and he has his gone before she's had 2 bites of hers!

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    Charlie's mum,
    I would put a 1/2 brick in his bowl or something he has to work around.

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    My 2 are fed Purina Super Coat for Puppies as the main diet, and a few extra treats now and again... Purina Super Coat for Puppies is what my breeder recommends and also my Vet ( who does not sell it due to commercial arrangments with other suppliers ).
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=577&dateline=12727082  14

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    Quote Originally Posted by mouseandchicken View Post
    Charlie's mum,
    I would put a 1/2 brick in his bowl or something he has to work around.
    Birlliant! Will try it tonight! Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie & Bella's mum View Post
    Cleasanta, you just reminded me - how do you stop a dog eating too quickly? Charlie eats twice as much as Bella (he's twice her size) and he has his gone before she's had 2 bites of hers!
    you can get special bowls that look like a round Lego piece...we got one for Sumo and it slowed his inhalation of his food

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie & Bella's mum View Post
    Cleasanta, you just reminded me - how do you stop a dog eating too quickly? Charlie eats twice as much as Bella (he's twice her size) and he has his gone before she's had 2 bites of hers!
    There are actually bowls available to buy that slow the dogs down while eating (Dog Bowl Brake Fast Slow Feeder Pet Wares Plus Pet Supplies). It is the same idea as the brick in the bowl

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