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- Tue Feb 21, 2006 3:58 pm
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: Trying a new supplement with Elmo
- Replies: 11
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I think its wierd that milk protein is the active ingredant for the product/ I think the chondroitan would be the best forhelping to restore or aid in the repair of worn joints. Supplimenting with Omega 3s serve as anti-inflammatories better than milk protein. Milk (or dairy) protein I know takes lo...
Actually I think I was missing something. Its been awhile since I learned about the different enzymes contained in saliva but I though there was an enzyme that was associated with meat/protein components. I remember amylase and knew it was involved with starchy foods. My bad!!
I vaccinated by dog at home when she was a puppy. I got the vaccines at a local feed store. The feed store also offered decounted rabbies once a month at the store through a local vet who administered the shots. I was able to chose from different vaccines that had different number of components. But...
You should check out http://www.apbtconformation.com for teaching weight pulling. It tells you step by step on how to get started and begin teaching your dog how to pull and getting use to pulling something.
You could check ebay for a weight pull harness to get you started and I heard they were realatively cheap as well. If you plan on competing you'll need to get a fitted harness, which most harnesses are when you order them fromlike cdpits or others.
I give a third recommendation of the salmon oil. I also add some olive oil or flax seed oil from time to time. running the heater also affects the skin, it dry my skin out as well making me feel itchy sometimes.
Just FYI. Commercial kibbles are highly proccessed food so that it can have a long storage shelf life as well as other purposes. It doesn't get broken down by the enzymes contained in the dogs salvia when it get caught in the gum line and between teeth. It just sits there to rot and for plaque forma...