I am so glad I found your website. I just received my order of LickoChops and Dinovite. My puppies love it. My 10 year old boxer licks his feet constantly so I have started him on the starvation yeast diet, however I am cooking the beef. My question is if I give him the raw beef should I freeze it for 48 hours before giving it to him.
Also, since I have 2 dogs that will be on this diet can I add cauliflower, green beans and broccoli to this just to give it some more substance. If so can I give it to them raw or should I cook it?
I am giving cooked chicken livers as treats. Should I be concerned with high cholesterol?
My dogs (4) won't eat the food when I put on the Dinovite. Sure, if I use a lot of lick-o-chops they will. But why sell a product that needs another product to make it acceptable. Price and package together. And I have to keep it in the freezer so weavels won't erupt inside the bag.
Note from Dinovite: Try clicking the link "Finicky dog?" under "Product Info" in the navigation bar, this page has some tips and tricks to help finicky dogs eat the Dinovite. These methods work well. Don't give up on your dog. Also feel free to call, email or live chat with us because we want to help.
Back in New York, I joined the Midtown Y and fell in with a crew of hard-hat bruisers – vice cops and garbagemen in chalk-smudged Speedos and calf-high wrestling boots. I thought they were giants until the day in June when the real size kings walked in. Two of them, Tommy and Spiro, had chiseled trunks and the complicated, quasi-Cubist planes that give away hardcore juicers. But it was the third one, a mocha-skinned guy named Angel, that I couldn't pry my gaze off. When he doffed his Puma jacket and burned through upright rows, I saw the kind of vascular, strand-on-strand rhomboids you find in Da Vinci studies. There was art in what he did and art in what he made: muscle from a fourth dimension. I gathered my flimsy nerve and said hello.