therealmooki asked: Hello, I just read your post about the rescused dog. I'm not a dog owner myself, but in such a situation, I think the best thing would be to try and get a professional opinion. If taking her to a vet clinic is too expensive, have you tried looking for any animal shelters in your area? They might know what to do. Or you could call a local vet, see whether they can give you some advice over the phone. Hoping for all the best. :)
Hi, I have owned many many animals in my life, including 3 cats right now & 6 Hermit Crabs lol…
Sasha (the rescue) is fine,… she is not starving, eating, drinking well, bowel movements etc. She does have a Vet Apt for next week.. I was just trying to get an opinion if anybody had one on Dog Food & which is a good one as she seems to be picky…
I need advice,…..I recently , last Tuesday to be exact rescued a dog that I found on the street. A gorgeous Shepard/Lab Mix - She is my sweetheart.
The owner was found - told me everything, how he beat the dog, did not want it & told me “just to take the fucking thing” … Well , I’m going threw a rough time. I need her. She needs me. I believe this is why we found each-other.
I know I might be going on a long shot here - But;
She is not under-weight…But she isn’t eating like I would like her too.
The owner had her on Kibble ‘N Bits which is pure Trash. I tried to give her expensive great food I bought for her that was recommended at the Petsmart.
She is not eating the Kibbles N Bits now.. Unless I mix Heartland Reserve wet dog food into it…… I don’t know what to do. She won’t eat the healthy dry food I bought. She won’t eat the Kibble’s N ’ Shits(unless mixed with Heartland Reserve). …. So what do I do…
What Do I feed my baby……..PLEASE Any SUGGESTIONS.
Is heartland a good dog food to feed her, I read the ingredients they are fantastic compared to other brands - No by products, no chicken meal. etc.
Any help would be GREATLY appreciate - Thanks in advance…….