Cockapoo Vomiting

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“We bought a little cock-a-poo about a year and a half ago and she is now 10 lbs and is going to be 2 in April next year. This past year has been pure hell trying to feed her, she came to us at 12 weeks with dry dog food and once we got her she refused to eat much of it and also developed a spit-up problem. So the vet suggested canned food and I estimate that we threw away $500 worth of high-quality canned foods that she refused to eat. We started feeding her table food and the spit-up problem never went away. What a pain, she would upchuck on the bed, on the carpet, on the couch, where-ever and even though my husband and I adored her, it was getting really old. A few weeks ago she started really vomiting and it got to where she was vomiting blood, so we took her to the vet and they ran some tests and sold us some expensive dry prescription dog food and after paying almost $500 for the vet visit, she still wouldn’t eat it. Then my groomer, (the dog’s, not mine, ha ha) suggested raw foods and I found some at New Seasons market. I have had no trouble feeding her your food, she eats every morsel, and I was given a sample of Prairie brand raw food and she wouldn’t touch it. I can’t tell you what a relief it is to have her eating, and doing so well. She doesn’t spit up or vomit EVER, since changing to your food. Thank you for having a product that she will not only eat, but actually LIKES! My only fear is not being able to

get it from New Seasons as I’ve told so many people about the raw food diet and how well Muffin is doing, they are buying it too.

Thanks again.”

From Laurel N., Cornelius Oregon

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