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  1. Thread: Primal Pets

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    We kept looking for a high quality kibble that...

    We kept looking for a high quality kibble that our Boston could tolerate, the one he was doing ok on went through a couple of recalls, which turned us off. Finally switched to Sojo's Grain Free,...
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    If what you are doing for exercise is dragging...

    If what you are doing for exercise is dragging you down emotionally then absolutely switch it up. If you like swimming and enjoy the fact that you are good at it then that is what you should do. The...
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    Love the juvenile Oly lift humor! Couple favorite...

    Love the juvenile Oly lift humor! Couple favorite shirts I've seen:
    "Everyone loves a clean snatch"
    "When I get tired of snatches I jerk it"

    OP- I'm not that creative or self-motivated, so I...
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    I've yet to find a veggie that didn't come out...

    I've yet to find a veggie that didn't come out great from a good roasting.
    The roasted broccoli recipe is spot-on, I like to add some shaved Parmesan to mine.
    Brussels sprouts- add some lardons...
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    I agree with Mini_mi that 3000cal a day is too...

    I agree with Mini_mi that 3000cal a day is too high. I generally don't think much of any diet that specifies you must eat X amount of calories, whether high or low. Especially for people struggling...
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    Wow. This whole post makes me very sad. I'm sad...

    Wow. This whole post makes me very sad. I'm sad about what you are going through, and sad (and mad!) at the response of your parents. You need help right now, more help than you maybe even realize....
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    As far as the food possessiveness goes: when any...

    As far as the food possessiveness goes: when any new dog is integrating into a home with existing dogs, the best thing to do is to feed them completely separately (separate rooms, or at the very...
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    Clymb- Plain canned pumpkin can help a lot with...

    Clymb- Plain canned pumpkin can help a lot with diarrhea (just make sure it's plain, not pie filling with spices). A tablespoon or two on meals depending on his size. As a bonus, most dogs love it....
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    You are making progress. I know it is very...

    You are making progress. I know it is very frustrating and feels like two steps forward, one step back, but it is progress. It is great that he is already chewing on toys and that he seemed ok with...
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    Wow, 18! That is amazing, you are doing amazing...

    Wow, 18! That is amazing, you are doing amazing work. Thank you for the reply. I know I'll never find perfect owners, like you we just need to trust in the process and our gut instincts.

    Yes OP,...
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    PHaselow- how long have you been fostering dogs?...

    PHaselow- how long have you been fostering dogs? We are on our second foster, first came to us through our local shelter, she was ~2-3mo old german shep mix. Current foster is just under a year, very...
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    Not an ideal situation you are in, to be sure. My...

    Not an ideal situation you are in, to be sure. My sympathies, I'm sure you had no idea that he had issues to this extent. Makes me really frustrated with his previous owners- who gets a dog only to...
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    Re: Friday- Hopefully he'll be slightly more...

    Re: Friday- Hopefully he'll be slightly more adjusted come Friday, but you can't expect a dog of any age to hold their bladder/bowels that long. Also, as he will likely be at least a little more...
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    Some really excellent advice on here. He's only...

    Some really excellent advice on here. He's only 6mo old so still really a pup, and he's already on his second home (and sounds the first home wasn't a great environment) so just be patient and let...
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    What a fantastic story! Congrats on your success!!

    What a fantastic story! Congrats on your success!!
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    How are you walking barefoot? I have extremely...

    How are you walking barefoot? I have extremely high arches as well, and for years used custom orthotics and was convinced that I could not wear minimal shoes. But I've always loved being barefoot and...
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    Desert rat here- grew up in the desert in CA, now...

    Desert rat here- grew up in the desert in CA, now living in the wasteland that is Las Vegas. I would guess it is just a matter of acclimatization, but I much prefer the heat (as long as it is dry) to...
  18. There is a lot of debate online regarding...

    There is a lot of debate online regarding Leangains and whether it is the best protocol for women specifically to follow. It seems very well suited to most guys, but women have much more mixed...
  19. Could it have been an early-term miscarriage...

    Could it have been an early-term miscarriage perhaps? As Diene above said, there are lots of conditions that could cause painful cramping during your periods. If you have the same cramps in the next...
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    I try to stretch post-workout. Seems to help me...

    I try to stretch post-workout. Seems to help me retain some flexibility, doesn't seem to affect muscle soreness one way or another though.
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    Ditto. I get what can best be described as a dull...

    Ditto. I get what can best be described as a dull ache in my right hip, feels approximately where the bone/socket meet. Flares up intermittently, usually for a couple weeks at a time. Hurts to sit...
  22. Thread: coconut flour

    by Badkty22
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    I don't find the coconut taste to be very strong...

    I don't find the coconut taste to be very strong in baked goods, but I like coconut and am fairly used to the flavor so I may be slightly desensitized. It is a very dense, absorbent flour, as noted...
  23. Seconded! I pay about twice that for beef, and...

    Seconded! I pay about twice that for beef, and just paid about 3x that for pork. Now if you tell me you can get cheap pastured chicken also I'm officially moving to Canada.
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    Yes! I understand the whole point from a retail...

    Yes! I understand the whole point from a retail marketing perspective of vanity sizing for clothing, but why on earth do we need it for shoes? I used to be a size 8, now I'm a 7, sometimes even a...
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    Thanks to everyone for the suggestions! ...

    Thanks to everyone for the suggestions!

    CaliforniaPoppy- I found out because the recruiter told me at my screening interview. I'm willing to give the benefit of the doubt that it is truly a case...
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