I had two comments on my last post. I haven't gotten a comment in ages, so I was moved to look at my reader stats to see if anyone had searched on "Dog butt" or "itchy butt" and found my blog by accident. That does not seem to be the case. Nonetheless, I welcome all readers with itchy butted dogs!
The update is that the home cooked diet is not helping, even though I switched to London Broil. I know it can't make that much of a difference in only a few weeks, but what I did find is that the home cooked diet is a pain in my ass. Also, I spoke to the vet, and they are really not advocates of home cooked diets except in extreme cases of older dogs who can't tolerate anything else. So I'm switching to perscription venison.
Who the hell knows, right? Maybe my dog needs anti anxiety meds and grilled cheese? That sounds like an excellent meal to me!
In other news, I'm on a diet too, just like my dog, except that I do not have an itchy butt. Anymore. I lost 2.6 pounds in the last week. Only 48 to go! I'm a little bit obsessed with how many calories are in everything, but I did eat pizza last night and I didn't worry about it. It felt so good to just eat with my mouth and feel sated, and drink wine. God I love eating and drinking. They're my favorite. I would rather eat and drink than do anything else. But today I'm back on the wagon.
This post is not funny at all. Not every one is a winner, I guess, but I did want to say hello to those two commenters, and encourage anyone else out there to comment. All you russians looking for porn that show up on my stats all the time, say hello!
I'm back :) $353 later at the vet....got benadryl come back in 2 weeks. I asked about home cooked food, and vet didn't like that idea. A friend recommended spray on - food salmon oil found at petco...going to try that next. I've been reading you for years, just never had the guts to say hi :)
Say Hi all the time! I love to know that someone is out there!
I have given salmon oil to my dog and cat. Really helps the cat with the dandruff.
My dog is not on prescription rabbit kibble and wet food. fingers crossed!
Benadryl didn't work for my dog, and I've heard it only works on 20% of dogs. You can also try over the counter claritin, your vet can give you dosages.
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