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Carmen Von- Woofer

Grab life by the- bones...
 
 
Barked: Sun May 13, '07 1:13pm PST 
And all this time I thought that Carmen was saving the status of our poor looking lawn. (We're 1st time home owners that are in desperate need of GRASS!!!!!!!!! BOL!!!!)
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Barked: Wed Aug 15, '12 8:09am PST 
My vet had no answers and our yard was totally burned out. A lady at the local petfood store said she's given her females tomato juice in their food for years to aleviate that problem. I talked to the vet again and they said as long as it's not a lot of juice and I use no or low sodium it should be fine and it's taken care of the issue except where she repeatedly goes in the exact same spot multiple times a day. The yard is on the mend and looking good again and she loves her low sodium V8!
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