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and what about milk thistle? anyone?

(a 2010 list) Top Antioxidant Rich Food Sources for Pets & People:

Beans: Red kidney, Pinto and Black beans(dried)
Berries: Small red beans (or Mexican red bean-dried), Cranberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, Strawberries
Apples: Red delicious, Gala and Granny Smith
Plums and Black plums
Russet potatoes (cooked)
Barley grasses

and also brain food

Razzle has taken a lot of different meds in his life and a lot of different meds in just the last two weeks... so i'm thinking what I should be giving him to help his body deal

and now here it is almost friday the 13th


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Mar. 13th, 2015 03:07 am (UTC)
Another Friday the 13th? Friday and I like it! And coincidently, Friday's 3rd birthday is coming up -- on Good Friday!
Mar. 13th, 2015 11:58 am (UTC)
I'd definitely give him milk thistle.
Mar. 13th, 2015 02:04 pm (UTC)
How much? Where can I look this up? He's not putting on weight
Mar. 13th, 2015 05:28 pm (UTC)
Do you have him on a probiotic? I am able to get a whole milk kefir from a small local dairy at the grocery store, which provides probiotics and fat (the whole milk part). Not sure what you can get where you are.
Mar. 13th, 2015 05:54 pm (UTC)
I can get kefir from the healthfood store... but given that his stomach was so upset recently, I didn't think dairy was a good idea?
I am almost out of my two probiotics... fortiflora and another one--neither of which I can get locally, i either have to order on line or drive to CT... I ordered something from clean run (Dogzymes Probiotic Max) that should come today i hope and i hope its good, i don't know anyone whose used it... but i thought because his GI could still be rocky, getting specifically canine probiotics was a good idea?
Mar. 13th, 2015 07:04 pm (UTC)
I find kefir to be very smoothing to my stomach. The canine probiotics are a very good idea. After all the antibiotics Razzle has had, his GI most definitely needs a reboot of the good bacteria.
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