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meet Brodie, age 11

Brodie is a very laid back 11 year old Weimaraner who we nearly lost to an undiagnosed...
Products used: Keen
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meet Biff, age 5

To talk about my cat, first I need to talk about my son. My son, Earl, was diagnosed with...
Products used: Grace, Prowl
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meet Mattie, age

I started feeding the honest kitchen after trying various types of kibble and my girl...
Products used: Embark, Force
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meet Bubba, age 14

Bubba tested Heartworm positive last year and has congestive heart failure. He went...
Products used: Force, Keen, Verve
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meet Sabian, age 4

In 2011 I was awaken in the middle of the night by her shaking. I thought she was having...
Products used: Verve
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meet Attila, age 4

Attila and our other cat, Pumpkin, both suffered from urinary blockage within a year of...
Products used: Grace, Prowl
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meet Nellie, age 12

We've had Nel for 10 years now. In that time, she's always been in good health, or so we...
Products used: Embark, Keen
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meet Shasta, age 12

Shasta is approx. 12 years old, she is very active and climbs many flights of stairs...
Products used: Force
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meet Monster, age 15

Monster is one tough cookie! She's been battling CKD since 2007 when all those animals...
Products used: Prowl
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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.