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Eye Problems - The Good Vets

 

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Allergies / Breathing

 

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My Diet

10/2004, Lamb and Rice Treats for Pets, dog Treats, Toy Fox Terrier, Natural Pet Treats, Eckie's treats, animal eye doctor. dogs broken leg. dog ophthalmologist

You should know from the above information that I'm on a hypoallergenic diet.  When I was a puppy with a very selective palate, for a while my mom would allow me to eat most of the treats she bought for me and anything else I liked.  

Then one day, everything changed.  My stomach became so upset around Thanksgiving 2002 that I nearly had to be hospitalized.  I regurgitated a few time for a couple of days. Then one night it was difficult for me to find a comfortable position.  

Off to the vet I went, and the vet wanted to believe that I had gotten into something poisonous, but I didn't.  She tested my blood, took x-rays, gave me an injection to prevent vomit, an iv pack under my skin, a Pepcid AC shot, a fecal test, and a prescriptive can food diet.   

That diet lasted for almost a month.  The food was not that bad, because I ate it.  However, seeing lamb and rice in my diet made me feel like things were going back to normal.

The truth is, my main meals were not consistent.  One day I would get chicken mixed up in my kibbles (to get me to eat), on another day, I might get salmon, and so on.   Now my meals are consistent.

Once I started feeling better, my vet prescribed this homemade diet for me (see below).   

Canine Hypoallergenic Diet

  • 1/4 lb diced lamb
  • 1 cup cooked white or brown rice
  • 1 teaspoon vegetable oil
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon Bone Meal
  • Also add a balanced supplement which fulfills the canine MDR for all vitamins and minerals.  Mom uses Solid Gold Seameal and Solid Gold Bone Meal (not any more)  Ask vet about bone meal.
Trim fat from the lamb.  Cook (braise or roast) thoroughly without seasoning.  Chop cooked lamb, add remaining ingredients (except Solid Gold Seameal) and mix well.  Mom also adds a teaspoon of defatted lamb broth.  When you are ready to serve, add the appropriate amount of Solid Gold Seameal to each meal.  

1/4 lb of uncooked lean lamb yields 2 ounces of cooked meat.

Keep covered in refrigerator no more than 3 days.  Yields 1 1/2 cups.

Feeding Guide:  I eat 2 ounces of food twice a day.

Dog Weight Amount to Feed (per Day)
5 lb. 1/3 lb
10 lb. 1/2 lb
20 lb. 1 lb
 

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Lamb and Rice Treats for Pets, dog Treats, Toy Fox Terrier, Natural Pet Treats, Eckie's treats, animal eye doctor. dogs broken leg. dog ophthalmologist

   

Reverend Starlene Joyner Burns is making homemade pet treats for her dog Eckie,

and she is sharing these delicious homemade lamb and rice treats with yours.

 

Order your dog some of these fine fresh baked,

homemade, lamb and rice treats, today.