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June 11, 2012
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How to Break up a Dog Fight

How to Break up a Dog Fight

Ed Frawley discusses two different ways to break up a dog fight whether you're alone or with someone.

June 11, 2012   |   7 Minutes, 17 Seconds

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Working Malinois Puppies

Male Working Malinois Puppy Available!

Edge v. Kaiserhaus (Rush) MR1, OFA Excellent has been bred to Red Star Deja Nira FR2 OFA Good. Rush & Deja are athletic, versatile working dogs that are also full time family dogs. We expect high drive, social & willing pups, with excellent gripping behavior and athleticism. Rush & Deja compete and participate in Mondioring, French Ring, dock diving, Agility, obedience and nosework.

Puppies were born May 22, 2012. There is one male still available. Please email Cindy cindyr@leerburg.com if you're interested.
2012 Photo Contest

Do you have a great photo of your dog that you want to share? We are looking for photos to use in our upcoming catalog, newsletters & on our website.

Email us your favorite photos for a chance to win a free DVD of your choice. Please send a high resolution, full sized digital image.

Entries due by June 15, 2012. All entries will be featured on an honorable mention web page. Entries will be judged on originality and creativity. There may be more than one winning photo selected!

**Please include your name, address, dog's name, age, and a short description about your dog. Limit of 2 photos per person.

Contest information available here. Send photos to Jeff Frawley, jeff@leerburg.com

DEADLINE: Friday, June 15, 2012

Leerburg Q&A

Question: I recently switched my dogs to a raw diet & they throw up bile due to low blood sugar if meal time is late, do you have any suggestions?

About two weeks ago I made the switch over to the raw diet for my 3 dogs. The two older dogs I switched cold turkey but the young malinois I am switching gradually. I am giving them raw veggies & fruits, ground meat, fresh chicken with bones, some yogurt, some cottage cheese, occasional egg. Plus I bought the Honest Kitchen product you add meat to. They love me!!! I have never had this much excitement at meal time. My question is with regards to possible low blood sugar. My two older dogs have had this problem all of their lives. They have always been fed twice a day, and if I am running late they may have an occasional episode of vomiting bile which is quickly relieved by giving them something to eat and they are fine. Since making the switch to raw I have had this happen more often. I work all day so I am not there to add a snack and I feel like the amount of food they are getting should hold them. Do you have any suggestions?


I would add digestive enzymes to their meals for a month or so. The vomiting is not usually due to low blood sugar, it’s when the stomach is anticipating a meal and it’s empty. The bile irritates and they vomit the yellow stuff. I have one dog that does this occasionally if our schedule gets out of whack and meal times are not followed as rigidly.

You could try giving them all a bedtime “snack” of a dollop of yogurt several hours after their normal supper. My parents do this with their Corgi.

The digestive enzyme capsules (one added to each meal) will likely help too.

Cindy Rhodes

For more questions on this topic, see our Q&A on Feeding a Raw Diet.

We get a number of Q&As every week, if you would like to read this week's Q&As, click here and check out the 'Recent Questions' section!

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Customer Comments

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These treats are great! They are the perfect size, smell good and my dogs go crazy for them. They are easy to carry. You can buy a lot of them and freeze to keep them fresh and just thaw the right amount for immediate use.
The Michael Ellis School for Dog Trainers

In the fall of 2012, Michael Ellis will be moving his school for dog trainers to Santa Rosa, CA. The new location is much larger than his current location and will allow Michael to add additional classes and courses to the curriculum. In early 2013, Michael is planning to add a course for military veterans. This course will be specifically tailored to veterans who are getting out of the military.

Read more for additional information and dates.

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