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  • Birthday 04/01/1983

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  1. Thank you! It's looking like I get to pick her up on Saturday. I can't wait!
  2. greysmom, it's like you are living in my brain! LOL What was that thing, you know that thing! Oh wait! Tractor Supply?
  3. Thank you! I will look into them too Some pictures of the little gal https://photos.app.goo.gl/bhLCkaXxcNiFsjAt1 https://photos.app.goo.gl/BX2ML7SY0kjcCmjZ2 https://photos.app.goo.gl/nswOjlvTQOgvocMm2
  4. Thank you!!!!!!! Please let me know if you remember! I'll check out the other Ruffwear stuff. They need more colors! This little girl can't clash, the horror! LOL She's going to be in the Ruffwear Webmaster for her transport so she'll be safe, just not fashionable.
  5. Facebook really does stalk your thoughts! Thanks so much!
  6. Is this spook harness pretty much my only option? http://www.majesticcollars.com/harness.htm
  7. We are soon bringing home a new lurcher. I was able to meet her this past weekend and she has "Fly like a Kite" acrobatics down! She's only 19 months so hopefully she'll grow out of that at some point. I prefer to train all my pups to walk off a collar with zero pressure, but want to make sure I am paranoidly doing everything to make sure there is not accidental loose dogs during the next few years of her training. We also travel often, which equals to lots of leash time. I already ordered a strap to connect from her martingale to a harness. But what harness do I use? Her color is going to be neon green, so preferably something secure that has that as an option. I'm familiar with the 2 Hounds (used to be Wiggles Wags Whiskers), but am aware they can be gotten out of by athletic escape artists. We use the Ruffwear harnesses as mobility harnesses. They are secure, but don't have a fun neon green color. What else is there? I need to do some shopping!
  8. Fill a Crock-Pot with chicken quarters and water. Cook on low for 24 hours until the bones turn to mush. Let that cool and try to feed him that with his kibble. 😀 Should go over like a party Oh and for pills, try tiny pieces of cheap Walmart ice cream sandwiches. I split the sandwich in half long wise and then 4-5 cuts to cube it. That amount of chocolate (let's be serious, is it really even chocolate?) Should be okay. At his age, feed him what he wants. Give a placebo piece then one with a couple pills in it.
  9. Oatmeal gives my pups instant diarrhea! If it's working for you though, go with it! After age 10, they get anything that works! 😂 I've found that raw psyllium husks work better than beet bulp for us. I think it's all about soluble fiber vs non soluble fiber. What works for one, won't work for all!
  10. I am so excited for Dewey!! We are arriving Wed and staying at what used to be the Best Western in Dewey. Now it's the Gold Leaf. Right on the beach! We never do get second bed beds after the dogs decide their first walk needs to go onto the beach! And if anyone wants to rob our house, they will be so sad... 😂 Nothing is expensive or in good working order! The pipes aren't even copper!
  11. I triple bag and throw them down on the driveway to separate. 😀
  12. Thanks! It was definitely a gamble! Can't wait to let our vet know when we go back in October!
  13. So far the liquid is being a comparable solution. No backslide and she seems to be holding steady
  14. You should be fine! I've used both medications with Sunshine over the years. She's been raw fed since her first night with us. But both medications never really did much to help her. The Tylan was the fix to all her odd digestive things. Also if you are using those meds to help with acid reflux stuff, slippery elm tea can help. It's always worked better for us
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