4255. Faith Welker Print         
Rosie at 7 Years

Breed: Boston TerrierGender: Female
Favorite Food: I'm so glad for Pinto Canyon. You are really a life saver. Boston Terriers can have gastrointestinal issues to begin with but my Rosie can go from being ok to needing an emergency vet visit for serious diarrhea-related problems if she eats the wrong thing. I have been struggling with different "comparable" formulas since FRR went out of business with distressing results, not to mention costly vet visits. We are now several bags in with Pinto Canyon's Grain-Free Sweet Potato & Salmon formula and I cannot tell you how relieved I am and impressed with the results I'm seeing. The food is appealing to my Bostons so they start eating right when their bowls hit the floor, they can chew the food easily, it's a good kibble size for smaller dogs, and they even love to eat it dry (not the case with other brands on all of the above). And most importantly, no bouts of diarrhea! Thank you for providing such a quality food for those of us who want and need something better for our dogs. I wish you much continued success!
Story: When we first rescued her we were trying to force-feed her ANYTHING to keep her alive. She was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease, deathly ill, emaciated and just wasting away. Several years ago I got away from using the food, due to economic reasons, so I opted for the best quality but affordable commercial dog food I could. This grave error in judgment finally caught up with her. It even entailed a brief stint at a specialty pet hospital's emergency clinic, where she was hospitalized for 3 days on fluids.

After many tests, they gave us a generic diagnosis of Gastroenteritis. Her prognosis even after release was not good. Before taking the next step, which was an invasive biopsy of her intestines and stomach (she was so sick at this point I wasn't even sure she could survive surgery), I began thinking of going back to FRR and I'm so glad I did. There's no more audible stomach complaints, no more diarrhea or that awful mucus in her stool. And I know she feels much better now too. She's no longer lethargic for days at a time and runs and plays like any other healthy dog and we're even back to our normal walks. I no longer have to give her Rx or over the counter drugs.

See my older siblings, whom I miss dearly, at entry 662.

Staff: Faith Welker
Home: Arnold, MO
Date Entered into Gallery: November 21, 2013

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