"Hi Neil, I am so sorry to hear about Oscar. I do not have any experience of this but if you click on the forum tab and type Cushings disease into the search box, it brings up previous posts and information on the subject. I hope you find some help…"
Oscar was diagnosed with cushings about 15 months ago, he is treated with Vetryol and its under control from a blood point of view, but the panting is out of control, three different vet practices have looked at this but with no answers, chest x-rays, blood tests , heart tests, looked down his throat , pills to keep him calm, poor lad only moves from one room to another and he will be panting, for a dog that loved to be out running its heartbreaking to watch.Is this how cushings takes over?.…See More
Yes it's an absolute nightmare! Thank you for your interest and advice on the food. I will investigate the food. One problem with bloat is, in my humble opinion that there can be different reasons for the gass production but all with the same effect ie bloat. But whatever Setters can have lousy digestive systems! I looked at your picture and that a great looking dog. Best Wishes
Peter and Elaine
Hi Neil, I have had a long break from shows after marriage split 2 years ago, im all settled now in spalding Guinness is back out now, and my new puppy is out in Aug.
My baby is due sep so a busy year lol, how is the showing going? I look foward to seeing you at the shows
hi neil we tried but i didnt want to make a mess of her .bought two boxes of thimbles and i do that on top of her head but i take her to another dogsalon paws 2 groom and they are lovely they dont have any other dog in whilst shes there so im keeping going there. hope u and yours are all ok regards lyn and layla
Hi yes I know how it is in the ring, it's a good day out.
Paige is a little stunner her sire is mr Jingles she is from Cardarragh setter's, it would be nice for her to follow in her dad's paws lol
Are you at newark eve show?