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Old 06-02-2008, 05:03 PM
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You have a corgi that needs to GAIN weight??? Holy cow, call the record books.

Meg occasionally drops below where I like her to be; I just supplement with a raw egg every other day, and ground meat on the opposite days for a bit. I've never tried Satin balls, but maybe that is another option?
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You have a corgi that needs to GAIN weight??? Holy cow, call the record books
Tell me about it!
I think he's just doing it to make my life difficult, lol.

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I just supplement with a raw egg every other day, and ground meat on the opposite days for a bit.
How much raw meat do you give Meg when you do this?
Maybe I will try this before trying the Satin Balls, I think it would probably be cheaper. I was also thinking about trying some Innova canned food, see if that might help some.
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Old 06-02-2008, 08:42 PM
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How much raw meat do you give Meg when you do this?
Maybe I will try this before trying the Satin Balls, I think it would probably be cheaper. I was also thinking about trying some Innova canned food, see if that might help some.
I usually do kind of a big spoonful - golf ball sized-ish, going with some of the measurements mentioned before. I try not to do TOO much, because Meg is actually a very easy keeper, and teeters on the brink of too thin/too heavy. I can get her from one extreme to the other in about 10 days if I'm not careful! I also try to up the amount of bones I give her during that time, since I worry about screwing up the bone/meat ratio. I'll throw her an extra chicken neck or two throughout the week. I haven't killed her yet!

Meg LOVES the Evo 95% canned food.
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