Hi there Astrid
This site is one of the more addictive things in my life at the moment, be warned you will be at your computer most of the day, I have to 'ration' myself to a couple of 1hour bouts a day, doesn't work though, but you will enjoy it.
Do have a good weekend, we are off to a show tomorrow, I should be bathing the girls at the moment, but I am here instead, ah well, I will probably showing Sheep tomorrow, they will be very fluffy.
Hope to speak soon Dee and the girls
I have read what I could about your Ginger and have an enormous respect for you and her. It hurts to see what you are both going through.
In a litter I bred in 2000 two dogs suffered from epilepsy. I know this is one of the worst illnesses for the owner to experience.
wishing you and Ginger all the very best
yes I agree - and I do hope the Finnish study throws light on this dreadful disease. Is there anywhere (website - in english please!) I can go for further information about the finnish project? Fromwhat I heard certain breeds in Switzerland are also working together with Finland but nothing doing on the setter front as far as I know...
All the best
Thank you Astrid!
It worked surprisingly well and I could understand most of what is written. Are the people doing the research in Finland still needing blood tests of affected and unaffacted dogs do you know?
hi astrid been reading about ginger.im so very very sorry your poor girl as this illness.it must be so hard for you to watch your poor girl go through this.give her a big hug from me
oh by the way thank you for your birthday wishes for layla they are much appreciated
hi astrid layla as had 2 and 1/2 years to adapt to going blind since she was first diagnosed.she is coping very very well i think shes mapped out in her mind where everything is in the home and we always take her to the same places when we go out with her and you would not notice anything different about her .we are caravanners so when we go away we are going to have her on a leash now just to make sure she doesnt get disorientated with different surroundings. its changes that can have an effect on them.i think shes happy though
hi Astrid, happy to hear that you also feed "my" brand. i recommended it to many people and all the dogs look better than ever. i really believe in that they don't have all those "bad" things in it.
I usually get it online at http://www.zooplus.co.uk/. There are a couple of other online shops, I think, but the price is more or less the same and zooplus offers free delivery ;-) I haven't seen Orijen in any shops yet but hopefully it will become available sometime. Ginger is lovely. I hope she is keeping well!