- Mack Lemore
- Mixed breed
- Digestive Issues, Picky Eater
Mack came into my life while I was walking my pup. She started whimpering staring into a bush and low and behold, 3 kittens were sitting in there. I found homes for 2 of them and decided to take in this little guy. I'm not gonna lie, he's crazy! LOL! He thinks he's a dog and actually plays fetch. He's always been picky from the day i brought him home. I feel like I've tried EVERY food available! That's exaggerating but I've tried A LOT. In October, Mack had to have surgery. Unbeknownst to me, he was treating my hair ties like a buffet and had 25 of them in his stomach. 25! Wouldn't eat the food I was buying but apparently, rubber hair ties were good. All kidding aside, thank goodness he's okay! But since the surgery, his tummy seems to be very sensitive. The food he was finally eating was giing him loose stools. The Vet ruled out parasites and I was pretty much at my wits end. I had tried this food when he was 6 months old but the little picky eater wouldn't eat it. My pup is on this food so I decided to give it one more try.....HE IS EATING IT! LOVING IT! And best of all....HIS POO IS BACK TO NORMAL!!!! I seriously can't believe it! We are 3 weeks in and I couldn't be happier with the results as well as his love of this food! Thank you for being a company that I can trust! I feel great about feeding this food to my fur kids! You guys are the best!!!!
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