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by Suzi
01 Jul 2012, 19:14
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Any Doodles have facebook
Replies: 6
Views: 1981

Re: Any Doodles have facebook

Yes, Roxie Canfield! :-) My son put her on it.
by Suzi
31 Jan 2012, 00:29
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: How big should a miniature be?
Replies: 35
Views: 10903

Re: How big should a miniature be?

(Oh, and Glenda, which one of yours barks alot? Roxie always barks when strangers come to the door or if she hears something. She also barks when people get too close to our caravan when we're camping. The worst thing, though, is that she's a bit wary of very young children and doesn't like children...
by Suzi
31 Jan 2012, 00:21
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: How big should a miniature be?
Replies: 35
Views: 10903

Re: How big should a miniature be?

Yes, I did the same with their age too. Maybe they have the same dad? I see you live in Somerset. I got Roxie from Beaminster in Dorset, just five miles from my sister in West Chinnock, Somerset. Her dad is nicknamed 'Big Dog' but his full name is Tanboree Golden Cruz. He's an apricot miniature pood...
by Suzi
30 Jan 2012, 17:48
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: How big should a miniature be?
Replies: 35
Views: 10903

Re: How big should a miniature be?

Roxie is an F1 miniature labradoodle. At 6 months she was 11kg. At 18 months she now weighs 15 1/2 kg. She was the runt of the litter and is 17 inches to her shoulder. Her sister (my sister has her) is around 2 inches taller. Glenda, Roxie looks just like the pic of Jessie in the boot of the car!!!
by Suzi
30 Jan 2012, 17:39
Forum: Introductions
Topic: New Puppy
Replies: 16
Views: 1824

Re: New Puppy

Oh, she's gorgeous!!! Roxie was also the runt of the litter. She's a miniature F1 and now stands 17 inches to her shoulder. Her sister, who was bigger as a pup, is now around 2 inches taller. At 14 inches she's going to be wee! :-)
by Suzi
27 Jan 2012, 01:32
Forum: Pet Insurance
Topic: John Lewis or More Than Insurance?
Replies: 12
Views: 13038

Re: John Lewis or More Than Insurance?

I've just looked at AXA and for Roxie being a crossbreed (is that what you put?), she's £14.47 a month for up to £7,000. Is that per condition or in total per year? It says 'per period of insurance' so is that the latter? And is it reinstated each year? I get very confused with it all. So, More Than...
by Suzi
25 Jan 2012, 22:07
Forum: Pet Insurance
Topic: John Lewis or More Than Insurance?
Replies: 12
Views: 13038

Re: John Lewis or More Than Insurance?

Sarah, when did you take out the policy as maybe it's gone up recently? I'm also in Hampshire - only 46 miles from you. I think I put down 'crossbreed' and then 'labradoodle'. Is yours up to £10,000? I could pay £19 and only have £7,000 cover or £18.38 for up to £3,500 worth of cover. She's female -...
by Suzi
25 Jan 2012, 00:03
Forum: Pet Insurance
Topic: John Lewis or More Than Insurance?
Replies: 12
Views: 13038

John Lewis or More Than Insurance?

Hiya, I know you've all been asked about dog insurance loads of times before, but I'm in such a quandry. I've stopped my policy with Aviva as it went up from £13 something a month to £20 something and then only down to £19 something when I said that Roxie has now been spayed. I realized that, with a...
by Suzi
16 Oct 2011, 09:32
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?
Replies: 19
Views: 3739

Re: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?

Intestinal gas? Wouldn't that have involved a big release of wind to improve? There was no sign of that! My husband thought she might have had indigestion! I don't think so. It started suddenly after a walk and stopped suddenly just under 3 hours later!! I had just had another feel around her paws b...
by Suzi
16 Oct 2011, 09:24
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?
Replies: 19
Views: 3739

Re: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?

Thanks for everyone's adivce last night. I have no idea what was wrong with Roxie. She's fine this morning! It's all very strange. I really wish I knew what it was, though. She just didn't want to walk and kept lying down and she kept whining! :? Thank goodness she suddenly recovered when she did an...
by Suzi
15 Oct 2011, 22:38
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?
Replies: 19
Views: 3739

Re: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?

Well, she kept on whining. We put a lead on her and she wouldn't walk on it - she kept lying down! So, I rang the emergency vets. Whilst I was on the phone she was lying by me whining. They asked whether I'd checked her paws for a thorn or something. I said I had. I mentioned the anal glands and the...
by Suzi
15 Oct 2011, 20:27
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?
Replies: 19
Views: 3739

Re: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?

I don't think her back's hunched. She's stopped her whining now, but she doesn't want to stand or walk. She CAN do, cos we knocked on the door, so she'd go to it and bark and she did, but as soon as she saw it wasn't anything she sat down again. She just went to get up and then sat down again. We've...
by Suzi
15 Oct 2011, 20:02
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?
Replies: 19
Views: 3739

Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?

Hi, since I've got back from a walk with Roxie late afternoon, she's been behaving very strangely. She's been constantly whining and not wanting to do anything except lie down. When her food was put down for her she quickly went to it, but lay down to eat it. She then went to her water bowl and lay ...
by Suzi
15 Oct 2011, 20:02
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?
Replies: 0
Views: 807

Advice needed, please! What's wrong with Roxie?

Hi, since I've got back from a walk with Roxie late afternoon, she's been behaving very strangely. She's been constantly whining and not wanting to do anything except lie down. When her food was put down for her she quickly went to it, but lay down to eat it. She then went to her water bowl and lay ...
by Suzi
25 Sep 2011, 14:08
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: Roxie is demanding lots of attention!
Replies: 6
Views: 1505

Re: Roxie is demanding lots of attention!

Yes, I think that's what it must be. She's been hardly left for weeks and now is having a few hours on her own for half the week. She wants to be close to us when we're here. Yes, she is a lovely girl. We've been so lucky with our first dog. She's also very receptive to our moods and hates it if she...