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    Solid Gold SeaMeal

    I just started supplementing Honey's kibble and Spunky's raw food with Solid Gold SeaMeal.

    Has anyone had experience with this product? How did your dogs fare?

    Also, how exactly do you serve it? The instructions on the bottle say to dissolve it in some warm water at the bottom of their food bowl. But won't that make it more soupy than anything else? If my dogs will take it straight in powder form, should I serve it that way instead?
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    Re: Solid Gold SeaMeal

    Quote Originally Posted by rosemaryninja View Post
    I just started supplementing Honey's kibble and Spunky's raw food with Solid Gold SeaMeal.

    Has anyone had experience with this product? How did your dogs fare?

    Also, how exactly do you serve it? The instructions on the bottle say to dissolve it in some warm water at the bottom of their food bowl. But won't that make it more soupy than anything else? If my dogs will take it straight in powder form, should I serve it that way instead?
    Some water with the food is good for them anyway.

    Ollies coat got noticably shinier when I started supplementing it with Solid GOld Barking at the Moon.

    I'd follow the directions. Just a little bit of warm water is enough, even 1/8 cup.

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    Re: Solid Gold SeaMeal

    Oh, okay. Thanks. Hopefully this stuff will make as much difference as the BatM.
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    Re: Solid Gold SeaMeal

    I am only using 1/8 teaspoon twice a day for Shadow so I just sprinkle it on his Taste of the Wild kibble and give it a one pump shot of Salmon Oil and it's gone in a flash. Afternoon feeding I put it on a Tbls of yogurt and kibble

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    Re: Solid Gold SeaMeal

    Absolutely love the seameal- my springer has a soft and shiny coat!! I just sprinkle it on the kibble 2X day.

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    Re: Solid Gold SeaMeal

    Solid Gold Seameal is a super product. Some years back I ordered quite a large container of it, still have alot left. I had a long coat that needed a good supplement for skin, coat etc. Since I put warm water over my kibble, I just added the desired amount.

    It worked wonders on her. She within two weeks had the most gorgeous coat, long, and no more scratching, etc. Since she was a non breeding female I decided to let a friend adopt her. She is aged but still living and that had been years ago.

    I need to call and ask if it would be too old to use yet.? I have so much left, it does not take alot per dog. If it is good I will certainly find good use for it with six shepherds and buying a new male soon.



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