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Sat Sep 5, 2009 9:01am
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Echo is beautiful!!!!! Aren't you blessed!!

It has been quiet in here. I do have a question though..Does anyone know an alternative diet that is low in purines for a dal mix. My female is on prescription food at almost $85 a bag. I have seen natural food diets that ship to you but never used them before and I don't want her to get bladder stones again. Any ideas would be really useful!!

  • Boy it's been really quiet in here..AlaskaDals, Fri Sep 4 9:41pm
    I guess folks don't come anymore? Echo says "Hi!"
    • awww — Kelli, Sat Sep 5 9:01am
      • Here are a few responses..AlaskaDals, Sat Sep 5 5:40pm
        California Natural - wet or dry - Came to 21% protein (that seemed steep for me) it goes for $18.00 a 5lb bag Natural Balance or Natures Recipe - no fillers - You'de have to look that one up. I... more
        • Re: Here are a few responses..Anonymous, Sat Sep 5 10:28pm
          Thank you very much for looking that up. I really appreciate it. I don't want her to get blocked again. Crystals were the size of an egg. Plus she had to have surgery.Im going to look over the... more
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          • One more link...AlaskaDals, Tue Sep 8 3:05pm
            This is from the Dalmatian Club of America's Website. It lists foods according to High to low in purines. http://www.thedca.org/purines.html
            • thank youkelli, Wed Sep 9 8:57am
              Thank you for that information. If I decide to do a homeade diet that will definatelyhelp with what is safe and what is not. I really do appreciate your help and so does Diamond! :)
      • I'll check into it..AlaskaDals, Sat Sep 5 4:55pm
        Maybe someone will know one.
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