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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michelle Webster Dec 28, 2014. 11 Replies 0 Favorites
My boy Finn has just been diagnosed with malignant melanoma. He had a lump growing on the mucous membrane of his upper lip...relatively small but red as you might expect and the other boys kept…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebecca Oct 7, 2013. 10 Replies 0 Favorites
Well now, our 11 year old IS Bridie is having the worst year ever. She had an emergency op for pyometra earlier in the year, then was diagnosed with hypothyroidism about 6 weeks ago. We went away in…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Sue Paterson Apr 10, 2013. 10 Replies 0 Favorites
Our 11 year old Irish, Bridie, had an emergency operation Saturday night for a pyometra. Vet said her uterus was the biggest she'd ever seen weighing in at four and a half kilos.I'm going to pick…Continue
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I realised that…Continue
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Sadly Bluestack is not having a good few weeks.
Today my daughter and family had to say goodbye to dear Cerys. She was the last survivor of our last homebred litter. She is pictured alone and then with her brother, our beautiful Kiefer, a few…Continue
Posted on June 9, 2015 at 5:13am 9 Comments 0 Favorites
What can I say about our beautiful, funny, loving, sweet girl? She loved people and bossed the boys (K9) around if she needed to. She played all her life, even when the going got tough for her, which it did in the last couple of years. She never gave…Continue
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best wishes sue
Looking forward to hearing all about your new addition and seeing the photos.
Dee and the gang
Thanks for the other suggestions as well ! Slippery elm seems to do the job, indeed!
And a big hug to wonderful Steo from his brother :)
If we give biscuits again he'll look at us as we gave poison.. In part he may have associated them with the bad belly or it may have irritate its stomach, so we don't want to insist.. But we'll never know: also, I guess he now knows there is meat in the fridge, so you can see him thinking "I'd better refuse this and wait for the meat" :0 :0
But, as I said, at least the last week we stopped completely the RC food and he was fine and this is what is important.. so far so good, so finger crossed and thanks a lot for the suggestions, we will try :) Always appreciated from somebody with a so long-standing experience as you :)
Hi Sue, Romeo sends cuddles in return for your Birthday wishes. Sincere regards.
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