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Not this week.

We went that route for awhile on the advice of a dog trainer but against the advice of our vet. He said that more than half of the stomach and intestinal disorders he treats are from the organic foods.

Nellie never had serious problems with it, but prepare for the possibility of the worst dog farts you can ever imagine. I'm talking mustard gas. We had to finally give in and switch back to Iams after a month-long case of the runs. I hope you all have better luck.

I got to go out with the owners of the establishment you are writing about one night a few months ago (friends of neighbors). They are quite passionate about their work and about 'their' pets (are they 'in loco petintis'?).

I'm glad you found em'. You dogs will be in more than good hands.

Like there aren't more great restaurants than you could visit in a lifetime, from my recent SF trip, I highly recommend these.

http://www.two-sf.com/home.html
http://www.trattoriacontadina.com/

They ain't exactly vegan, but damn they were good!

Oh, by the way... hope everything goes well for you out there. (wink wink)

I hope you bought some carbon offsets as well to compensate Mother Earth for all that driving of your Hitler-mobile.

I always wanted to board the kids there, but they insist that all males be neutered. Casey isn't neutered because several studies show that neutering increases the risk of cancer in his breed.

So we've resorted to keeping the kiddos at home and having a housesitter come stay with them. That seems to work pretty well, too.

Short of keeping them at home, "Almost Home" is where I would want them to be. I'm sure C&T will have a wonderful time.

I hope you have a wonderful time too.

if you needed an "at home" care sometime i have a good person to recommend. nothing beats good food.

Sounds like the kids are going to have a great experience. I'll have to go check the place out. Keep us posted on how the holistic feeding goes. I just might have to give it a try.

OOH! Almost Home! That lady is a sweetheart and my boss sends her pups there when she's out of town too. They seem to be VERY happy when they return and also, very relaxed since they have all that land to play about on.

Enjoy San Francisco!!!!!

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