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meet Luca, age 11

I adopted this sweet Senior boy, Luca after fostering him for Rescue since 3/15. When I...
Products used: Preference, Force, Love
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meet Jessie, age 12

Jessie is a 12 year old lab/viszla mix. She had always had issues with ear infections...
Products used: Force, Brave, Embark
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meet Jasmine, age 2

Hi, our names are Caira and Jasmine; we have very sensitive stomachs and are finicky...
Products used: Revel
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meet Mocha, age 8

Mocha and her sister Frappe are no strangers ro urinary crystals. I spoke to one of the...
Products used: Grace, Prowl
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meet Frappe , age 8

Frappe has to be on wet food due to past crystals in her urine, but every time I open a...
Products used: Grace, Prowl
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meet Ruby, age 8

Ruby was diagnosed with bladder stones at 3 years old. We found them after noticing that...
Products used: Revel
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meet Jiji, age 2

My husband and our family are stationed with him in Japan. We decided to see if we could...
Products used: Prowl
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meet Leeah, age 11

We started feeding our girl The Honest Kitchen after one of her blood panels came back...
Products used: Embark, Love
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meet Sunny, age 8

When Sunny came to live with us the breeder sent her home with some kibble and a box of...
Products used: Halcyon, Keen, Love
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True Stories™ testimonials are for informational purposes only. The information is not a substitute for expert veterinary care. True Stories are written by actual customers, and represent their own observations. Results are not guaranteed, are not medically substantiated, and may not be typical for other pets.