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  1. Quick Context: Sammy is a (nearly) 11-year-old tripod who adopted us about 2 months ago. He has adjusted wonderfully to our household and has had zero issues EXCEPT FOR his problems with food. He is an old man whose mobility is fairly limited at this point and who no longer goes on walks. His "big excursions" are exploring our property during potty time. He is always supervised during this time because of his mobility issues- thus he doesn't eat mysterious/unknown things. Past Food History: 1) Sammy raced until he was five and then was adopted by an elderly couple who pretty much fed hi
  2. What, you may ask, does picture of a bowl of meat have to do with anything?? IMG_20171106_162421344 by Chris Harper, on Flickr I took this picture about 60 minutes ago, after fending off three dogs from eating all of it off the floor. Three dogs. THREE!! Not two! And it was that third dog that had put it on the floor in the first place! It was a miracle! Because that third dog - our Lilly - has been struggling with intestinal issues ever since she was a puppy. She's always been a picky eater and we've always had to encourage her to eat enough. Even as a 14 week old landshark
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