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06/11/12 08:17 PM
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mds1978ca wrote:DAILY RACHELGODDESS APPRECIATION <333
Looking forward to when you come host a veto comp. You will once again be the STAR.
06/12/12 05:16 AM
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Crappy's back to humiliate himself once again.
DAILY RACHELGODDESS APPRECIATION <333
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SurvivorGal4ever wrote:Rachel suckssssssssssssssss. No career just doing reality shows for a living. some life?
06/18/12 11:23 AM
06/19/12 03:22 AM
SurvivorGal4ever wrote:I work for a living. So yes I made money to pay my bills, support my family which is all I need. I don't need reality shows fixed for me LOL
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06/23/12 03:54 AM
Does your pet throw up after they eat? Well sometimes mine does! AND
IT FREAKED ME OUT! I thought what's wrong, can you have a puppy with an
eating disorder YIKES! Well thankfully we live in a time when I can just
check Google and phone my vet.
Thank goodness for Hillspet.com they actually have a feature article
about just this. And Regurgitation or Transitioning can be to blame.
Apparently when your pet has food competition or is really hungry or
just loves the food they are eating, they will eat it super fast and
ingest not just whole chunks of food but also a lot of air. So if they
throw up after eating then regurgitation is to blame, and not to worry
there are steps to be taken to help out this problem.
You can feed them smaller meals more often, or you can try a cookie
sheet or other flat dish which will force them to eat more slowly. Thank
goodness-because not only can it be a hot mess to clean but it can also
be worrisome, and clean ups just aren’t that fun.
Transitioning to a new dog food can cause problems also. A way to
alleviate this problem try mixing a small amount of your new food with
the old food and you best friend should get used to the transition and
not have any problems.
If problems continue then see your vet, and when changing new diets always check with your vet for your pets diet needs.
Does anyone even TRY anymore? Or is that too much to ask?
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