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DannysMom
post Feb 28 2013, 08:03 PM
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I thought this was a real good article, although I hope they don't put a lot of salt in the food they prepare. This dog eats people food and is 22 years old and doing just fine.


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post Mar 1 2013, 05:33 PM
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That's an amazing story. 22 is old for a cat and ancient for a dog. Would that all our companions could be with us that long. Thanks for sharing smile.gif


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post Mar 1 2013, 06:11 PM
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seems like the smaller the dog the longer they live. surprised it is a jack russell since they are pretty high strung from what i remember. this had me scratching my head a bit tho. i understand a human food diet, but some of it seems to be 'junk' food (not that i don't eat it happy.gif )

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The centenarian canine tucked into some birthday cake to celebrate reaching the milestone – which her owner puts down to a diet of roast chicken and mashed potatoes, chilli and Chinese takeaways.


chili and chinese takeaway? wouldn't want to be in the same room while that was being digested.


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