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Food & Nutrition > Food Advice.
Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Tue Jan 13, '15 9:22am PST 
The OP is from the UK, some of those brands might not be available in the UK.

If I remember correctly, Dr. Tim's and Fromm are available in the UK. Another one to consider might be Farmina, but that one might be kind of expensive though.
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Dog Health > Kidney Failure
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Barked: Sun Jan 4, '15 9:42am PST 
You're welcome! Another good website for info is dogaware.

Here is the Link (please remember to remove any spaces that may appear in the URL.):
http://dogaware.com/health/kidney.html
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Dog Health > Kidney Failure

Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Sat Jan 3, '15 10:12am PST 
I don't know about support groups on Dogster, but there are some good ones on Yahoo that people kept suggesting to me. Might be worth a look. They are called K9Kidneys and K9KidneyDiet. Sending hugs to Dibbles and his mom. hughughughughughughughug
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Puppy Place > Hello, I'm Koby's new sister.

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Barked: Fri Jan 2, '15 9:19am PST 
Growing like a weed, huh? From the photos the plaid coat (if that's the same one) looks huge on her! I'm glad Koby isn't lonely anymore and that he likes her. Scruffy was one who needed to have another dog around, otherwise he'd be really, really mopey. Lily seems to be enjoying being the only dog right now and I'm not sure if that will ever change. lol
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Puppy Place > Hello, I'm Koby's new sister.

Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Wed Dec 31, '14 12:22pm PST 
Awwww, glad Koby seems to be getting along with his new little sister better now. smile Hopefully you guys have gotten her potty schedule sorted out by now, or at least are close to getting it sorted out. Sometimes puppies like to make their own schedules though! laugh out loud
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Behavior & Training > HOUSE TRAINING - Boston Terrier pup
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Barked: Wed Dec 24, '14 4:20pm PST 
Try taking the puppy out more often and clean up any accidents with an enzymatic cleaner.
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Puppy Place > Hello, I'm Koby's new sister.

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Barked: Mon Dec 22, '14 11:01am PST 
Congrats!! How was her first night home?
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Choosing the Right Dog > Therapy dog/ Apartments opinion?

Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Wed Dec 17, '14 6:01pm PST 
Therapy dogs have no housing rights. Just because it's a therapy dog does not mean it's allowed to live in "no pet housing" just because it's a therapy dog.
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Behavior & Training > Nipping at grand children and growling

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Barked: Wed Dec 17, '14 2:20pm PST 
No kids around the dogs unless an adult is in the room is also a good idea. way to go
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Behavior & Training > Nipping at grand children and growling
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Barked: Wed Dec 17, '14 12:26pm PST 
I agree a vet visit is a good idea, but please do discourage the kids from bothering the dogs while they are eating. The incident with the bowl/food is called resource guarding. There is a good book on resource guarding called "Mine!" by Jean Donaldson that might help with the issue. Another option would be to hire a trainer that uses positive reinforcement to help tackle the issue.
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