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Brenda, mother of Rosie, Bella, and Tippi

May 25, 2017

"Firstly, we (the girls and I) are very happy with our lovely Rockster food. I am giving them about 75% Rockster now. They all love it of course but, more importantly, Rosie (pancreatitis) is doing really well on her Birds of a Feather. Bella (sensitive stomach) is very happy on her Boeuf du Cap, as is Tippi. I am giving the other two a little of Rosie's now and then.

Today we all went on an hour's drive down winding country roads to our favourite pub for lunch. Bella had none of her usual car sickness, so no washing icky towels when we got home. I am sure she finds Rockster easier to digest than her dried food.

I am very interested to note that after their meals now they all settle down almost immediately for an hour/hour and a half sleep. Curled up small and unmoving - a new thing. When they wake up and come to life they are full of beans (Rockster!) and are raring to go play. I have had to bring old garden toys out of retirement for them. They haven't really played with them for several years.

All best wishes and love and thanks to The Rockster from the girls, without whom their lovely new food would not be 'a thing'."

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"Besides improvements on the state of the skin and hair, Rockster food seems to have a positive effect on the vitality of dogs. Even difficult eaters find their ideal menu with the choice of recipes. Rockster food has had other beneficial effects against the following disorders: Renal problems, Stomach problems, Colitis, PancreatitisWeight problems, Metabolic problems, Lethargy, Urinary tract infections and Behavioural issues."

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