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Supplements / Re: New Jersey now enforcing ban of raw goat milk in pet food stores
« Last post by Middle Child on February 15, 2019, 04:54:50 AM »
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Calendar Events / Re: Happy Valentines Day!
« Last post by Pookie on February 14, 2019, 10:04:39 PM »
Happy Valentine's Day to one and all!

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Supplements / Petition to Legalize the Sale of Raw Goat Milk for Pets in New Jersey
« Last post by Pookie on February 14, 2019, 10:01:47 PM »
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Recently Cherrybrook Pet Supplies received notice from our Pet Food Distributors that they are no longer able to ship Raw Goat Milk pet products to our stores because it is unpasteurized. The state of New Jersey has issued a cease and desist to our distributors citing Title 24 – Sections 10-57.17 and 10-57.18 Food and Drug Statutes.

At Cherrybrook, we know that Raw Goat Milk is safe for our pets. There is no evidence that any pets in New Jersey have ever been sickened or had their health compromised by adding Raw Goat Milk to their diets. In fact, we have many testimonials to the contrary. We believe in the holistic and healing effects of Raw Goat Milk so firmly that many of our team members feed it to their own pets.

That's why Cherrybrook is aiding in the efforts to legalize the sale of Raw Goat Milk for pets in New Jersey! Help us by signing our petition!

You can sign the petition here:  https://www.change.org/p/state-senator-joseph-vitale-legalize-the-sale-of-raw-goat-milk-for-pets-in-new-jersey
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All About Litter / Re: Question's about Dr Elsey's Precious Cat
« Last post by Middle Child on February 14, 2019, 05:24:10 PM »
The litter was delivered today, the box was simply dropped in a pile of snow at the far end of my sidewalk.  Fortunately the sidewalk is solid ice at the moment so I was able to push the box, on it's side, all the way to my door, where I simply turned it end over end over end until I got it in the house.

It remains to be seen if the cats will like it, or if I will.
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Calendar Events / Re: Happy Valentines Day!
« Last post by ThreeStep on February 14, 2019, 01:06:52 PM »
Have a very pleasant Valentines Day!
SO busted me this morning when I tried to smuggle a card into his lunch box. Old men as=re worse than old nosy women:>)
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Calendar Events / Happy Valentines Day!
« Last post by Lola on February 14, 2019, 11:09:58 AM »
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Dog Food And Nutrition / Re: Pre-Mixes with Cooked Meat?
« Last post by Pookie on February 13, 2019, 08:48:56 PM »
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Dog Food And Nutrition / Re: Pre-Mixes with Cooked Meat?
« Last post by Middle Child on February 13, 2019, 04:59:46 AM »
Two secreting organs is ideal, with liver essential, but liver can be used for the whole secreting organ requirement.

I would add an omega 3 anyway.  I prefer krill or GLM over fish oil.
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Dog Food And Nutrition / Re: Pre-Mixes with Cooked Meat?
« Last post by Pookie on February 12, 2019, 09:15:07 PM »
Bumping this thread since I edited my last post (edit is also below):

EDIT:  I looked at the U-Stew ingredients and am trying to figure out what's being used in place of the organ that would be in prey-model or raw feeding.  It includes liver, but if I remember correctly, other (secreting) organs should also be used in addition to liver.  Or am I confusing myself?   :-\  In raw, it's meat, bone, liver and secreting organ, or just meat, bone and liver?

If additional organ is needed, then maybe Mom could add a fish oil supplement, or the pancreas supplement MC uses.  But it does look like a good option for her, and I like that they have a trial size so we could see if Mika will even eat it.

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Egg yolk, calcium lactate, beef liver powder, gelatin, whey protein concentrate, rice bran, beet root, digestive enzymes, psyllium husks, EFA from fish, barley grass powder, kelp, taurine, rose hip, parsley, Vitamin E succinate, Vitamin B complex.

*Further details as to why rice bran is added: Rice Bran is an insoluble fibre for intestinal health. Not considered a grain, but rather the coating of the grain, with little carbohydrate content. Sweeps the large intestine much like fur or feathers of a prey animal.

The ingredients we use are without exception of human grade quality. All raw materials are 100% natural, and no preservatives, colours, or other artificial additives are used. None of our ingredients are sourced from China.
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Memorial & Support / Re: Why do we do it?
« Last post by Lola on February 12, 2019, 07:21:55 PM »
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