- Feed fresh meat, grains, and veggies that are low in oxalate content in proper ratio to provide enough protein (33-40%)
- Add calcium citrate powder to food (Now is a good brand). General amount is 300-350 mg per cup of food.
- Avoid all Vitamin C or D supplements, and salt
- Add Vitamin E, B, Omega 3 fish oil, and Lysmachia-3 at feeding time based on your dog's weight
- Distilled water only
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Key factors to Fuzzerfood diet
The Fuzzerfood diet is for dogs who have issues with calcium oxalate uroliths. This diet is used as a preventative after the stones have been removed, and has been successful where prescription diets have failed. There is much to know about this diet, but the key factors are: