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hello, I came across your post and this web site by accident, and so glad that I did. My Chihuahua is 5 and very very picky eater. I use to have to give her kibble with mixed wet vegetarian canned food and sprinkle parmesan all heated in the microwave so her food is warm, she won’t have anything to do with cold food….all this is an expensive way to eat for a little 9 lb dog…her liver levels have alway been on the high side..125 Dr. said….I have heard of dogs having higher liver level than hers. but having the normal levels is what I want to achieve with my dog. A few weeks ago I started her on Denamarin Pills prescribed by her Vet. and I also went and got a package of Stellas and Chewey’s raw freeze dried chicken mixer to crumble in her kibble that she eats for her dog breed size…after 5 agonizing years of trying to find the right combination to have her eat her food without going through an expensive process…that one works for us. FINALLY. So now…it is only moisten kibble heated in microwave with freeze dried raw chicken and it works…no more cheese or veggie canned food. Another huge thing I noticed that she has gone from grazing on 1 cup of food over an entire day to eating all her food at one eating…about half a cup 3 X a day. and she is showing more energy also. I think I and my dog are on the right path to a healthier liver and longer life. She also gets her teeth cleaned once a week as Chihuahua need special care with their teeth for health. So we’ll see if her liver level have returned to normal, with her new diet.
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