Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Meeting Nice New People

From: Gordon
Date: 3/26/2008 3:20:54 PM
To: PawHealer
Subject: Re: What To Feed Gypsy

Hello Holly:
I don't know what else you do but you sure know how to write a DOGGY MENU!!!
All the ingreients you mentioned were collected and crocked and they both received an ample portion over their dry biscuits. All they left were the biscuits.
Today they received only your recipe and they ate it all.
I'm so excited that Gypsy would change over so readily, as for Missy, she'll eat anything.
I couldn't remember the oils you mentioned while shopping but will look for the fish and flax oil next time out.
Is cod liver oil one of them? and I've never heard of flax oil !!
How much of each oil and when and how should they get it.
Hope you got my address problem worked out . . . that had never happened before.

Thanks again, and have a great day!
Gordon, Gypsy 'n Missy

How great is this e-mail and how very sweet. What I find so impressive is that Gordon is 85 years old and going strong. I love his devotion to his dogs. He came to the PawHealing team so that we could help him with Gypsy's fatty lumps (lipomas).

Gordon is truly a nice guy, we had a wonderful conversation about how to change Gypsy's diet so that she could better digest her food so that we can avoid her getting more of those unslightly lumps!

Gypsy had surgery 6 years ago and Gordon tells Dr. Pink Pinkerton and I that they returned in short order. So Gordon wants to try to do something to help her.

Changing her diet is a big step and apparently Gypsy is very happy about this new menu.

Dr. Pink and I would like to say thanks to Gordon for trusting us with Gypsy's beauty!


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