Thanks Carmel--Ken's transplant has worked and he is seeing again so life has become relatively normal again. I hear from Jacki and Seamus quite often. The latest email included me some wonderful pictures of him on his birthday and at Christmas.A very Happy New Year to you and your family especially the furry ones.
The Virtual Show...I have an entry form but not sure how to go about it, tried clicking on the overseas ''thing'' but nothing happened, and the entry is in Australian Dollars so don't know how to deal with that either.. maybe someone will let me know??? then of cause I have to get a picture on it, I am just not very good at this computer stuff, I will ask Nicole, she is on the site as well...
As for the things used on the dog:- Almond oil first.....Panten Ice shampoo.....Panten Ice conditioner......and then John Frieda......just before show.....water.....and drycoat, hope that it works for you, as I said it is all down to ''practice'' It may not work properly the first few times, but keep trying and keep manipulating the hair under the DryCoat it will work, eventually, Jas has a curly coat, and when I show her it just has a slight movement in it, I actually don't like the dead straight coat, the standers don't ask for dead straight, just ''as free from wave and curl as possible''
Good luck Dee and the girls, any tips for the entry form??? how to??? and try not to let your son go tell him he will be needed closer to home....in the place of the fire-fighters that have gone..
The DryCoat is a separate thing it is literally a coat that is made out of a kind of mesh and the coat will dry under it. You can see the head part of the coat on my pictures it is the one of Saffy and there are a lot of others in the ''comment strip below''
The John Frieda is a separate thing it is something that you rub into the back and the sides (ribcage area) and the neck. I will try and go into the site and find some and let you know just what I am talking about....
As for the fires we have just heard here today that they were set deliberately, the person that has done that needs to be put in a small place and set alight themselves that is the only fitting punishment.
Hi again Camel
If you have Google just type in (John Frieda/color envy sealer) it will come up to the large Web page... go to the third site down (If it is the same in Aus. as it is here) it is an Amizon.com site and there are deals on there or some of the other sites, in UK the first two are out of stock (sites that is) but easy to get, they are so much cheaper on these sits than the first one I bought, from a shop, many years ago....I think in the email that I sent I gave you the link for the DryDogCoat, just give her the dimensions if you want to buy, any difficulty give me a call.....so to speak...
Hi back Carmel, yes meeting lots of lovely friendly people here! Would love for Seamus to meet & play with another Irish Setter. He doesnt seem interested in other dogs much, but we mainly meet small dogs, the only one he was interested enough to play with was a greyhound. They had great fun chasing each other around the paddock! So if you are in touch with them, could you pass on my email address please? Have a great day, Cheers Jacky
I will try and find their address and phone number this weekend. They have been filed away and getting to them involves moving a TV. Brodie loves the little tibetan spaniels that we have here. Like father, like son.
Sent you an email - just checking that you got it. The attachment was quite large, and I was worried your inbox might have had a meltdown! If you're okay to receive similar sized files, let me know. I have a few more pics to send, but will wait till I hear from you that you're okay to receive them :)
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