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Posted on: 7:11:58 PM 12/18/2005

I would like to share this from my copy of the Top Dog Foods for Total Wellness from The Whole Dog Journal.

Some of the best approved dry foods are:

Blue Buffalo
California Natural
Chicken Soup for the P...

Posted on: 5:41:56 PM 12/18/2005

My 10.5 month old chocolate lab puppy so far likes Natural Balance (blue bag with chicken, duck, & lamb). Her old food, Nutro Ultra is almost gone. It will be awhile though when her Wellness is finished. I'm hoping once and for all that my puppy...

Posted on: 5:21:44 PM 12/18/2005

I too agree never throw away a bag of food when it doesn't work for your dog. Some stores will take it back and refund your money so that you can purchase something else.

Posted on: 3:55:00 AM 12/11/2005

I bought a 35 pound bag of Natural Balance for my puppy (blue bag with chicken, duck, and lamb). It looks like she likes it. It will be awhile before she is totally on her new food since she still has some Wellness and Nutro Ultra. I guess that...

Posted on: 5:18:48 AM 12/10/2005

Thanks for the replies to my post. I will give it some more thought whether I will change my puppy's brand of food again.

Posted on: 5:37:16 PM 12/8/2005

My 10 month old chocolate lab puppy currently eats Nutro Ultra and Wellness dry dog foods. She loves to eat also a little canned Natural Balance Duck as a special treat.

Does anyone here at TP feed their dog Natural Balance? Supposed...

Posted on: 12:55:04 AM 11/20/2005

Welcome to TP!

Posted on: 12:49:31 AM 11/20/2005

The recommended time to breed a dog is no sooner than 2 years. I heard that the earliest heat cycle happens at 6 months. Some though don't go into heat until 1 year. My lab is 9 months old and still hasn't gone into heat.

Posted on: 10:04:14 PM 11/10/2005

Yes the garden hose is out of reach in the front yard. And yes, I already know from experience leaving one by mistake in the backyard for her. She already destroyed one just recently.

We hardly get any rain in Nevada. That's why we de...

Posted on: 8:47:22 PM 11/10/2005

Labrador retrievers are notorious chewers. At 9 months, mine still will try to chew on things that she shouldn't chew on.

Is bitter apple an effective product to prevent a puppy from chewing on anything? We need something temporarily...

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