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Finnsliz

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    Liz

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    NH Seacoast

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  1. Mine have started shedding also here on the Seacoast of NH. What’s up with that???
  2. I lost my first greyhound to Osteosarcoma at age 8. He was an Oswald Cobblepot son.
  3. CBD oil works like magic for my Snap for a multitude of issues including pain management and anxiety. I second the night light idea. One of my elderly greys developed Sundowners, a form of dementia creating anxiety and confusion starting in the early evening. I wish I had known about CBD oil back then. I order mine from Canna-Pet, great quality product.
  4. That’s exactly what my Snap’s paw looks after I Hull his corn.
  5. We use Urea cream to soften corns. It makes his pad so soft. I use it on my cracked feet.
  6. Just coming back as well and retired since 2013. Nice to be back.
  7. Just seeing this. Beautiful tribute Jen. So sorry for your loss. R&B Kennel extends sincere condolences for his passing. He was remembered and loved.
  8. Can you feed him in another room? This at least will decrease his anxiety. As for water added to his food, a 1/2-1 cup of water added to food should have no impact on his inability to hold his urine. I hope you find some answers from the vet. It really sucks to get old.
  9. So sorry Jen. Just seeing this as I haven’t been back to GT in a while. He was a very special and sweet boy.
  10. Finnsliz

    Ups

    We are so sorry that you lost UPS Carol.
  11. I’m so sorry Xan. She was something very special.
  12. So sorry on the loss of your two beautiful boys Judy. 💔
  13. Finnsliz

    Cara

    Such a beautiful creature. Im so sorry Peet ❤
  14. My first greyhound had similar issues. Had corns and arthritis in his wrist at age 3. I had the corn surgically removed, but it came back. I managed it by soaking it in Epsom Salt and water for a few hours and then hulling the corn out after it had been softened. It never went away, but I was able to keep him somewhat pain free. What toe is the corn located on? if it is an outside toe I would seriously consider amputation after my experience. An inside toe is a weight bearing and could be more problematic. I know the healing time is relatively short approximately 2 weeks and I actually
  15. Two out of 3 of my original greyhounds had no issues and lived to be 13+ and 14+. The other had corns, then osteo at age 8. My 4th has been healthy as a horse aside from his decision to eat a container of dental floss 2 weeks ago and ended up at the ER for surgery. Accidents happen and dogs do stupid things. I find greyhounds pretty healthy creatures on the whole. Forgot to mention NONE of my greyhounds have required a dental.
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