I feed raw to my dogs CJ but haven’t noticed anything really different about them. My ridgebacks are 13 1/2 and they have both slowed down a lot. Akilah Igallianomom2001
You know, I was looking at my 15 year old chow mi last night. His ears were up and he was wagging is til in what I call the "puppy look" as he was telling mesiegeanderson
Celeste, You might need to shorten the leash up. If you’re getting it wrapped around your legs, it’s far too long. I walk with my hands at my side, thegallianomom2001
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