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When Judy called me about GSMDCA Ways and Means, she mentioned she had a 20 year old Beagle. I asked her about her secret (RAW or BARF diet), and here's her story. I'm also a believer in proper nutrition for our 4 legged. Enjoy and Bones for all!
Maggie the beagle
She had a lways had a problem with her anal glands. Finally at age 14 they had to come out. I was devastated thining I would lose her in the surgery. She just wanted to get rid of them! The surgery was a success but that was when she was diagnosed with terminal cancer and given two months to live. The vet said nothing could be done and to just make her as comfortable as possible.
I was feeding her one of the best dog foods on the market - special ordering it in. I made the switch to raw organtic meat. 1 1/2 years later I took Maggie to the vet for a bladder infection. The vet kept insisting it was the cancer. I kept insisting it was a bladder infection. (I had them myself) I was right! The vet asked me one question. "What are you feeding this dog??"
Several months ago Maggie started crying again. She was having a lot of difficulty making it up a single step. I found a great chiropractor and she stopped crying. She has again resumed her every other day walks.
I think there's several factors involved in her health and longevity.... Love, companionship, and spiriturality. But that's just my opinion.
I hop you hav a wonderful Holiday! Judy Szela[/nav/analytics-include.html]