i just wanted you to know that i was watching a show on animal planet yesterday. (adoption tails or something like that) and the whole show was about a pit bull (and they called him a pit bull) who was rescued after being put in a freezer (alive) and left for dead by some major drug dealers and became a drug sniffing dog who later caught and put in jail that people that put him in the freezer. it was a great story brought tears to my eyes. they are getting better with pits i've seen other good things about pits on there too.Mutt blood wrote:I can't stand the amount of corn-based foods that get sold in stores all over. Personally, I just switched from the Iams/Eukanuba companies(read what Diane Jessup has to say about their sponsorship of Animal Planet and the anti-pitbull programming on the channel). .
Ann wrote:I love wellness, but it is bland (so I hear) and my dog stopped eating it. I put wet food in with it, and she still wasn't interested. I just switched to innova yesterday, she just gobbled it up! As with the raw food diet, I don't get it. I am a microbiologist, and wonder if anyone is concerned with food borne illness? It can and does happen to dogs, my uncle almost lost one of his dogs to it. I did do some internet research on it, and found one statement on food borne illness - that the acidity of a dogs stomach would kill the bacteria. Now that's just not true. I'd love to see more studies on the raw food diet, but still don't think I could be convinced.
toshma wrote:i'm picking up my 14 week old female this weekend ( ) and i was wondering if anyone could suggest a good puppy diet for her? i've been thinking about the nutro natural choice for her but everyone seems to be using something else, so maybe there's something better for her.
thanks a bunch from a first time apbt mom!
Boscoe13 wrote:I'll try Nutro Natural Choice Large Breed dry Puppy Food, since i think they sell it at petsmart.
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