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#27891 - 07/06/03 11:59 PM "the missing link"  
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Has anyone use this product (missing link)? I've used the dog formula for my english toy spaniel during show season, and used the big dog formula with my german shepard during the last year of her life to help on her joints. It made the english toy and shepards coats MUCH softer and shinier, and my shepard seemed to be more active. After making it for dogs, they made it for cats, and now i've noticed they have it for birds. I'm not sure what it has in it-I haven't gotten around to reading the back-I just noticed it was for sale. It comes in a shiny gold bag type thing. Has anyone used it? What do you think of it?

Katy

#27892 - 07/07/03 01:16 AM Re: "the missing link"  
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I recently checked this out and it seems ok

Here's a link to the thread:
http://www.mytoos.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=26;t=000065#000000

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#27893 - 07/07/03 01:28 AM Re: "the missing link"  
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I did use this product with my flock, no noticable difference, although I did notice they definitely didn't like it's fishy taste...lots of confused, " hey it looks like warm mushy food, but it doesn't taste right..." thought you'd like to know, I just make sure they are getting the veggies, and pellets, and whatever else is around ie. pasta, grapes, peaches, corn, leftover potatoes...etc.


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