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 Post subject: Muenster for puppies
PostPosted: Sat Oct 11, 2008 1:33 pm 
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Greetings, We have two new puppies 12 weeks old and I started feeding them Muenster dog food for puppies ,in the red bag yesterday and was going to start adding DE today. Since the food already has it in it now I have second thoughts about doing that. What do you think?


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Thank you, I have held off adding any DE till I got a reply.


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It important to understand that adding more of the right kind of DE to the food not a problem, just not necessary - except in one situation. For animals that are wormy and in general bad health the addition of more DE is a good thing. Doubling the amount by adding another 2% (by volume) can help dogs that are really sick.

Most of you understand this but using any DE that has been treated, calcined or altered in any way is a huge no-no. Swimming pool DE and products that contain pyrethrum are the biggest violators but there are others. The only DE products that I recommend are Soil Mender and DiaSource.


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