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supermutts
K9 Senior

Jul 19, 2007, 7:27 PM

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back to natural herbs for canine & feline,

last sunday went ronda2 at petshops, pickup a last booklet/brochure
from pet family Tmn Megah, its from Dor west Herbs Ltd,

this Dor west have quite a range of herbal, homeopathy products,
and looks promising, check out their website.
u can order online, they ship worldwide, there are 2 suppliers from Msia,
dun think they brought alot in, i;ve not come across these products.
and don't think pet family carries it anymore, they've shrunk alot,
only the shop is big...... Sly

http://www.dorwest.com



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(This post was edited by supermutts on Jul 19, 2007, 7:28 PM)


Riccaval
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Jul 19, 2007, 8:42 PM

Post #27 of 49 (3885 views)
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hi supermutts,

do you have an email addy........maybe i can give you further info on these products.

regards


supermutts
K9 Senior

Jul 20, 2007, 12:20 AM

Post #28 of 49 (3877 views)
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oh sure sure thanks,
do email me " bagarobasara @ y a h o o . com "
i din notice ur name at the supplier's page. Laugh

anyone, who is interested just email me i will forward to your add.
or u can email riccaval direct, the addy is at the supplier's page.

looks like uve been promoting these here last time? Sly
since the word Dor west has been banned....Sly



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(This post was edited by supermutts on Jul 20, 2007, 12:27 AM)


supermutts
K9 Senior

Jul 20, 2007, 10:06 AM

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hi kien,

ur rossi finished the nutro dy?
i pickup a nutro brochure and found out that
they claim to use dried chicken or dried lamb meat as stated
on the ingredient list.
as oppose to lamb, lamb meal , chicken, chicken meal...



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malauc
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Jul 20, 2007, 4:42 PM

Post #30 of 49 (3855 views)
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thx 4 the info. looks really good. quite comprehensive. i'm yet to give the local suppliers a call.

and what's this i hear about being banned?


supermutts
K9 Senior

Jul 20, 2007, 5:34 PM

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the word "Dor+west" if u type the name full, and post it here, it won't appear in ur post..... hehe.....



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kien29
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Jul 20, 2007, 7:48 PM

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Hi.. yeah.. he finished his first 7.5kg pack last week and i bought another 7.5kg pack (Nutro) again and Cali Nat Herring & sweet potato (small pack) last 2 days ago at pet's shop at SS2 ... i wanted to buy Cali Nat Herring and sweet potato (big pack) but they only left 1 small pack so i got no choice but to continue buy Nutro...

Aik.. but i thought i saw it written Lamb Meal.. instead of lamb meat.. ok ok.. i shall go back home and double check again..

Anyway.. he is doing ok with Nutro.. cause his skin is improving after taking at least 16.5 kgs of Nutro..


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supermutts
K9 Senior

Jul 20, 2007, 10:45 PM

Post #33 of 49 (3833 views)
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kien

this is really disappointing .... its lamb meal,
ive checked their site,

im looking at their old brochure... %@$#*^(*) Mad

i was delighted to see dried chicken/lamb meat,
as ive not seen any manufacture who dares to claim
they are using these......

on sunday i tot i saw 2 bags of calinat herring potato 6kg ++?



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(This post was edited by supermutts on Jul 20, 2007, 10:53 PM)


Snow yi
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Jul 21, 2007, 8:48 PM

Post #34 of 49 (3822 views)
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Hi Supermutts,

My dog also having this problem quite few months, may i know Velcote is better or human supplement cod liver oil is better and How much Velcote sell in pet shop at sea park?

Hope to hear from you. Thanks


supermutts
K9 Senior

Jul 22, 2007, 7:18 AM

Post #35 of 49 (3814 views)
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supplement is not a permanent solution to skin problems
and its not a cure as well.

it is used to improve certain conditions/problems,
so its better for you to find out the cause of the problem.

oils which has high omega 3 & 6 fatty acids fed to improve
skin/coat problems.
im not sure bout cod liver oil's content, u need to dig,
but i know its cheap.

the one selling in sea park is Novacote Plus,
it has the same content as Velcote, it contains
evening primrose oil, Flaxseed oil, etc etc.

100ml is 30RM after discount. Feed according to dose,
don't have to feed that much. check ur dogs' poo, to make sure the oil is not causing loose stools.



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supermutts
K9 Senior

Jul 24, 2007, 11:30 PM

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hey kien,

i went to the pet shop lunch time today, and checked
all the Nutro dog food.
its all either lamb meat or chicken meat,
its not meal as stated in their website.

will email them to ask wht's happening.....



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kien29
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Jul 26, 2007, 9:44 PM

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Hi..

I've checked throught my package too.. it does indicated as Lamb Meat but why their brochure which i took from the pet shop is indicated Lamb Meal.. and even in the website all indicated "meal"?... So, which is better?.. I thought Meal is better than Meat right?


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pix
Dog Kichi


Jul 28, 2007, 2:28 AM

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Hi! Just to give my two cents, I use a Dor west product called Keeper's Mix...

I started my doggie on it because I just wanted to supplement her, boost her immunity and health in general... since it's herbal I figured there's not much of a risk of a negative reaction. I didn't really expect any big difference but I must say, there has been noticeable improvement in terms of her coat. Because her tail fur used to be kind of clumpy and not-hanging-down-nicely-like-those-show-dogs, I noticed within a few weeks of starting the supplement that it's now softer and silkier! It hangs down nicely like a little curtain now, hehe... and of course the rest of her coat is soft and pearly... though not as soft as when she was a baby...

Plus, before starting her on it she had some kind of a heat allergy/rash... thankfully it hasn't returned since she started. Maybe because of the herbs, maybe not, I can't be sure.

Anyways, this is just my experience with Dor west herbs so far. I can't tell if it has improved anything else because she's always been a happy bouncy pup. I'll continue giving it to her for the perceived benefits (vitamins, etc) and noticeable ones (nice coat).


supermutts
K9 Senior

Aug 2, 2007, 2:29 PM

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thnks for the input ,

looks like a KCC u've got there,

i think most KCC in msia are on doorwest huh? :)
i would like to try keepers mix on my dog as well, wait till i get back....



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supermutts
K9 Senior

Aug 2, 2007, 2:57 PM

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the definition of a meal is, it is dry, ie moisture very low, not 100% pure meat, processed. AFFCO definition states that meal are inferior than lamb, chicken. etc.

u see, dog food makers are doing all their best to confuse us.

when they say lamb or chicken, they never use the word meat, y?
cos its never 100% pure meat, altho they will say the meat content will be higher. And lamb, chicken etc, is always a wet ingredient , so other manufacturers who uses meal will say those who use, lamb chicken, is
actually cheating, which is true, cos when they use lamb or chicken as
the 1st ingredient, the weight counts, 1kg of wet chicken won't give u
1kg of dry chicken meat. but 1 kg of meal will almost give u 90% ++ of meal, cos its dry,

but meal as we know is always lower in quality than lamb. chicken,

so the ideal or perfect ingredient should be Dry Lamb meat,
Dry chicken meat, etc, which doesn't contain water.

so far no dog food maker has claim to use chicken meat, lamb meat.
they only state lamb, chicken, etc, they don't dare to use the word meat at all.

seeing nutro claiming to use Dry Lamb meat is really a surprise, cos that is suppose to be the best.

but now their website states its all meal, and u say uve got their
brochure which states meal as well.

i think theyve down graded, not sure the reason, cos i can't seem
to send mail to them tru their site, and they never provide email address.

those nutro in the stores , which has dry meat i think its old stock....



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Snow yi
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Aug 3, 2007, 11:06 PM

Post #41 of 49 (3711 views)
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Hi supermutts,

Do you know any pet shops around PJ and KL sell this product ?

I wanted to get supplement for my doggy for his skin and coat.

Thanks


supermutts
K9 Senior

Aug 4, 2007, 10:49 AM

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not many shops are selling this product, so u better contact the supplier directly. go to the dor west site, link is posted earlier,
go to the suppliers page, malaysia u will find 2 contacts.

call or email "r i c c a v a l" , (not the animal hospital)
then find out more frm him.



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pandorabox
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Aug 25, 2007, 12:46 AM

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aik!!!! supermutt is a vet meh??? giving alot of vet advice??? Unsure

cheers,

jay


supermutts
K9 Senior

Aug 26, 2007, 1:52 AM

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says who those are vet advice.??

im just sharing infos that ive learned.

u would like to say something??

say it clearly, don't beat round the bush.



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pandorabox
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Aug 26, 2007, 2:01 AM

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tsk tsk.. very defensive!!!!!


supermutts
K9 Senior

Oct 29, 2007, 6:07 AM

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on that dog day in central park , i picked up a brochure at rhone ma tent, they brought in this vetri-science supplement.... , check it out..

http://www.vetriscience.com/index.php



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Scotch
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Apr 21, 2008, 5:56 PM

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My dog, who is 1 year 8 months has skin problems. He has really dry skin. I bathe him once a week with warm water and a Tea Tree Ph Control shampoo, but the very next day, he got bumps all over his body. But I don't think it's the shampoo, cause last time i use it nothing happen, why only now? Besides the bumps, his dry skin is peeling off, leaving a red mark there. I think the bumps are painful. I feed him Eukanuba Lamb & Rice, but I see that's not good. Is there any food brand you recommend? And where to get it. Should I take him to the vet? The bumps are slowly going down but it still hurts him. Do you think it could be a bite or something that spread? The last time I went to the vet, he recommend giving him Seven Seas Fish Oil, because he was shedding a lot of fur. I give him in capsules, but it doesn't seem to be working. Please help.


chrislimyy
K9 Kaki


Apr 22, 2008, 12:16 AM

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i think you should immediatly bring him to the vet...he has so many complications as i had been reading tour threads on a few posts...seek for a reliable vet's advice on all the problems that u are having with scotch.


Scotch
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Apr 22, 2008, 4:25 PM

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I'll be taking him for a check-up soon.

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