Got new food for Roxy finally!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. Krysqueena

    Krysqueena New Member

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    I found that Paris farmers union has good (somewhat cheap) food!! Hallelujah! Its called Nutro Natural Life Lamb and Rice! Roxy loves it! And I clipped the pups nails so now she nurses them by her-self without me fighting her. Yipee! They are 3 weeks and 2 days old now! SO CUTE! And I cannot figure out how to put pictures on this thing! :confused:
     
  2. wishbone

    wishbone New Member

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    Please fully charge that camera and take tons of piccies, then register on photo sharing site like photobucket or flickr, they will give you the url of the images then look for this figure ([​IMG]) to attach the photos.
     
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    Good for you and Roxy. : ) Nutro NC is LEAPS and BOUNDS ahead of Ol' Roy. I hope she gains some weight and her puppies do well on it once they're weaned!

    I second the demand for pictures!
     
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    Good:) To put pictures on here, you first have to upload them to an image hosting site like photobucket. Do you have a photobucket account?
     
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    I used to feed my dog Nutro as well. It's a pretty good formula, especially the high energy formula since my dog is so active. My dog didn't have any problems with it, but since then I've decided to go the grain-free route.
     

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