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Jessicalloyd90

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  • Birthday 11/22/1990

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  1. Hi Everyone I have 2 rescues Lou and Joe, My girl doesnt seem to moult at all. My Boy didnt seem to when we got him home and its been the last month that ive noticed so much hair coming off him. Each time you stroke you have fur over your hands. Im having to hover every day at this point its ridiculous. Does anyone seem to be having this issue? Just its stressing me out we have a baby on the way and I wouldnt want to have to keep them out if the front room Cleaning is no problem but this feels like its a bit overwhelming in terms of the amount.
  2. Hi All I got my 2 rescues Joe & Lou about 4/5 Months ago, They have settled in really well here. My other half says I spoil them with affection! but thats just how I am. He tells me they are to stay on the other sofa in the front room and not to get one ours. But what can I say I love a cuddle and I do have them up on my lap sometimes. :p Ive just found out im pregnant, and I know its silly but I am worried what the dynamics will be like for them both when baby has arrived, Is it likely for there to be jealous do you think? Also they have both almost got hold of next doors cats and when out on walks are hyper vigilant and will be ready to go at any minute. I know this is natural as they only came off the tracks racing only 6 months ago. Just I worry as babys are so small and what with how they both sometimes act with high pitched noises.... Im sure you can see what im getting at. Can anyone offer any advice please? Just stressing about this an awful lot thumbnail.jfif
  3. Hi Everyone Myself and my partner have just taken on 2 rescue greys from a trust near us, We are into our first week now. I'm taking them on an hour long walk in the mornings and in the afternoons sometimes its up to 2 hours in our local woods. I feed them around 7pm they seem to want to sleep after that, do I need to do another walk before bed after feeding them? Just the boy has had us up at 4am every morning whining (prosuming this is to go out) I come down stairs and take them into the garden for a wee, then bring them back in again and try to get back to bed. but again its the same thing at 6am more whining then I will do another walk. Does anyone have any tips of how i can get them to sleep through the night and hold out till at least 6/7 without any interruptions through the night? The interruptions during the night are wearing me down a little bit. I've got a bitch who is 3 and a boy who Is 5. My girl is no trouble at all doesnt whine, stays in her bed when I ask her too. but the boy is relentless. They both are following me absolutely everywhere at the moment. If I sit in a room they are in they will settle and sleep but as soon as I get up to go to the toilet or to make myself something to eat they jump up and wont settle.Any tips for this? Also my girl she came to us under weight, I tried giving her some toys the trust gave us and brought some at the pet shop. But every toy shes had ive had to take off her as she has tried swallowing it whole as if its food. I had to pull a soft toy out of her mouth as she was chocking on it and later was sick and threw lots of fluff balls up. Is this normal? Im too scared to leave them alone with toys while im not there now incase something bad happeneds and she chokes on something. Also the rescue recommended feeding them Waggs dry food and canned mixed in. But thier poos are runny so Its impossible to pick this up in a dog bag. Is there anything I can do to help this to make it solid? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks Guys x
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