Testimonials like the following keep me motivated to spread the word about how better nutrition solves many medical problems. I was not taught that altering the diet could have such profound effects, but after my experiences, I could never go back to the cycles of medication that I used to rely on.
It was nice seeing you today, and discussing Trapper and your book.
Trapper (TJ) has been on your Dog Dish Diet for 2 years. Prior to him going on the Dog Dish
Diet, he would have as many as 3-4 seizures a month (that we saw) we have not witness any
seizures since the Dog Dish Diet. He also has not had any hotspots since either. This just makes
perfect sense to us to continue. I only wished I had this knowledge for our other dogs.
We will continue the Dog Dish Diet for all our dogs.
Making his food is very simple, all I do is cook chicken thighs in water for several hours, making
a nice broth, add fresh carrots, green beans and spinach. I make enough for about 2-3 weeks,
We have placed him on a chicken and rice kibble. He receives his chicken mixture stew
(warmed) every evening with his kibble.
I was adding barley and corn in his stew and he was having bouts of
diarrhea,(with your help) I removing these two items, he has not had any problems since.
TJ receives in the morning a raw egg 1-2 times a week and also olive oil on his kibble.
Since, TJ has been on the Dog Dish Diet, it has been easy to keep his weight off. His coat is shiny
and smooth and there is no indication of flaky skin.
Thank you Greg, for researching and writing this book and for helping TJ along with
many other of our fur-ever family members.
I look forward to your crock pot book.
Debbie & Steve Andrade
Dr. Greg’s Dog Dish Diet
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A few nice infection images I found:
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Severe stem infection by cassava anthracnose
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Severe stem infection caused by cassava anthracnose disease. (file name: CA_PD_09)
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All too often, new pet parents find themselves in over their heads. A new dog is chewing up the furniture, or a new cat is peeing outside the litter box. I hate to break it to you, but if you … Continue reading
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Harold Sings Image by bark Harold doesn’t bark, he makes this woo sound instead. If he’s REALLY interested in something, it’s a prolonged and much much louder version of this. Here…
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Check out this story of a dog who took a bullet to the head to save a robbery victim. And lived to tell the tale! Until next time, Good day, and good dog!
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While I’m normally the one to walk the girls, Marlin still manages to get in lots of play time with them. I love seeing how goofy he gets with them and how crazily they respond to him.
Coulee is absent from most of these photos for a few reasons – she was busy fetching (fetching always comes first in her mind) and I was focusing on Lacey because I didn’t have any photos like this of her yet, but make no mistake, he loves her too!
I’m pretty sure he is asking them to sit in this last picture. As you can see they aren’t that obedient. LOL
Crazy Coulee and Little Lacey