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Old 09-03-2007, 07:31 PM   #21
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Little update...Guinness made his first road trip this weekend. Went to Louisville KY to visit my parents. 4 1/2 hour car ride. He was awesome....slept a lot and looked out the window. But, my wife found out where she stands as he kicked her out of the front seat and took over as co pilot!

Anyway, my parents have 2 cats. And my sister+husband were also there with their cat. Not a problem as Guinness is laid back with other animals. Everything was cool till we were prepping to leave this morning...Here, Guinness wandered into my sister's bedroom and got into their cat's litter. Eating it! YUCK! I threw him away and with a stern NO! I ushered him outside and got our a hose...he got a good dousing in his mouth to get the litter out.

Gross but hilarious. My wife wouldn't let him lick her the entire ride home so he took over the front seat again and slept.
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Old 09-03-2007, 07:34 PM   #22
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Gross but hilarious. My wife wouldn't let him lick her the entire ride home so he took over the front seat again and slept.
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I've owned quite a few dogs, and I think I've found an almost perfect regiment. I use three foods (Nutro and Purina One for dry, and Bil Jac wet), and alternate them. If I buy Bil Jac that's what he gets for a week (it spoils after about 9 days), but the Purina One and Nutro I buy in bulk, mix together and it lasts a while.

I feed my dog once in the morning, then walk him and he goes. That is usually around 6:30-6:45 AM. 3 times a week we go on a 3.5 "walk" right after he eats (which is also my interval training). We walk for a bit, run for a mile, walk for a mile, then run for a mile, then walk the last little bit. He also eats when I get home, which is usually around 5:30 PM, and we walk a bit and he goes. He VERY rarely deviates from this, and with those pretty high end foods, he is regular and there are no problems.

Oh, I should add, he is around 7.5 years old, and I just took him to the vet. The vet says he is one of the healthiest dogs he's seen at that age.
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Our dogs thrive on Nutro dry foods. I also put salmon oil and brewers yeast on their food every morning. They both have beautiful coats. Cali hasn't had any skin problems since starting her on the salmon oil. We used to have to take her to the vet at least once a year for cortisone shots and antibiotics because her skin got so dry. Schnauzers notorious for skin allergies and Maggie's skin is smooth silk. Good stuff.
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Our dogs thrive on Nutro dry foods. I also put salmon oil and brewers yeast on their food every morning. They both have beautiful coats. Cali hasn't had any skin problems since starting her on the salmon oil. We used to have to take her to the vet at least once a year for cortisone shots and antibiotics because her skin got so dry. Schnauzers notorious for skin allergies and Maggie's skin is smooth silk. Good stuff.
Peanut Butter is also good for that...nice shiny coat!
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I put peanut butter in a kong toy when I put my dog in his cage. It cuts down on seperation anxiety, keeps him busy for awhile, settles his stomach, and, like you said, is good for his coat.
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