My daughters 4-H project is a miniature poodle who
was starting to have many seizures and vomiting a lot! I! was so t ses that I
was ready to have her put down. Our vet only suggested using an over-the-counter
anti-acid for the upset, nervous stomach and a prescription for the seizures
but, because of the prescription, she wouldnt be very good for 4-H shows
anymore. We decided to try one more thing and that was to change her dog food.
We started with the Kibble and also the Trout & Sweet Potatoes (which she
LOVED.) Those foods seemed to slow down the problem, but I was still having to
clean up too much, so we tried the Lamb, Millet, & Rice. This has done the
trick! The Champion 4-H dog can live! Thank you for the work you put into your
top quality pet foods! Sincerely, The Peterson Family 

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