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Hi I had a very similar problem with Coco and following some advice from Bid I have introduced some Kelp powder to her diet and fish oils and her stomach is now totally clear. I am not sure what worked but something did. Coco seems to react to walking through the fields so I think it may be allergy ...
Coco is fed raw from Nurturing by Nature as her anal glands kept blocking weekly. Apart from dry skin recently she has had no issues since switching over. I have started (this week) to add Kelp and fish oils to her diet and she has an egg a week too. I am guilty though of lapsing and giving her two ...
Hi thanks so much for the reply x It started off just around the scar last week but all her visible skin is now flaky. Am just about to order some fish/coconut oil for her but would like to get a shampoo too. Think we may need to see a vet although it does not seem to be troubling her. Anyone used a...
Hi I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice please. Coco is now 3 and was spayed a while ago. Since the operation Coco has been suffering with very dry, flaky skin on her stomach. She is barf fed apart from two biscuits at bed time and whatever else she can steal when I'm not looking. I a...
- 11 May 2014, 09:59
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Vet charges (emergency!)
- Replies: 17
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Coco is a regular at our vets she was spayed on Friday and this cost £250 she is classed as a medium dog. When she stole and ate 24 mince pies in the evening and that also cost approx. £250. Think my vet is very expensive and am considering changing though.
Keep trying took me ages to get Coco to let me run, she is quite good now until we see another dog. Of course I fell over her several times normally in very public places before she started to behave. x
Have had a google and came across this website based in Canada that appears to actively campaigning for a ban. www.banshockcollars.ca they have a petition to sign if anyone is interested. The issue appears to be as controversial in Canada as it is here.
I have tried very hard to ignore this inflammatory thread as I firmly believe there is never going to be a pleasant outcome to it. Beeeerock I feel the need to point out that the "scientific journal worthy" link you have used to further your argument is written about the human neuroscience and not d...
- 17 Jan 2014, 21:59
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Any one have a border collie??
- Replies: 26
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I have had two border collies and they have been total opposites of each other, both were puppies on arrival bought from farms. Holly my first was a dream dog obedient and fantastic with kids. Tilly on the other hand was kept in a chicken coop with little or no interaction with people. Tilly is very...