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I hope you are using the low-sodium bouillon. If not, the dog is taking in more than a week's worth of sodium in one meal. Dogs really shouldn't have salt. Kelp can provide the trace element, iodine, instead of salt. I can understand the brewer's yeast, parsley and dill for the dog with the skin problem but for the 'picky' eater, he/she is no doubt attracted to the sage in the poultry seasoning and perhaps the dill. People 'eat' with the eyes and taste buds; dogs vacuum in their food and determine what is and isn't interesting by it's smell, not the taste.

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New England Clam Chowda July 13, 2008

Bouillon powder and poultry seasoning sometimes contain onion powder which causes pancreatitis as well as garlic in any form.

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love_thy_pup June 16, 2008

I've been adding this to Penny Lanes' dry food for a week now. She loves the taste, and her hair is definitly getting shinier! I halved the recipe, since she only weighs 3 lbs!! Thanks, we will continue to use this!!

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Kizzikate June 24, 2007
Dog Food Seasoning