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  • #63351
    Justine&Rafe
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    So my cupboard contains a small pharmacy’s worth of both human and canine supplements and general witchywooness.

    Each morning I manage to give Rafe any meds he needs, plus enough supplements to make him rattle.  I have never forgotten to give them to him (in the past two weeks anyway!!)…

    I similarly have lots of supplements for myself – glucosamine for a dodgy knee, multivits, sea kelp for my low iodine, probiotics, vitamin E, energy boosting vits, etc etc etc.

    Why, when I can so capably dose my dog up, do I consistently fail to take any of the stuff to keep myself in working order?????
    ::)

    Aaarghhh!

    #99360

    Cos you need hitting over the head with a bat  ???  ;D

    Write yourself a note and stick it to RAFES tablets it will remind you to take yours next  😉

    #99361
    Diesel73
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    Do what i do Justine;
    the ‘Gluco+chondrio mms combo-joint’ is mine, Wodan’s ànd Diesel’s.
    Is easier to remember if you yourself take dog medicine  😉 .

    #99362
    Justine&Rafe
    Member

    Ha ha ha!!!  Ah Diesel, that’s clearly where I’ve been going wrong!

    #99363
    Val
    Member

    I do the same Diesel me and the girls share in fact most days it’s Eshia that looks at the pill cupboard that reminds me to hand the pills round
    Val

    [quote author=Diesel73 link=topic=13989.msg264753#msg264753 date=1238266793]
    Do what i do Justine;
    the ‘Gluco+chondrio mms combo-joint’ is mine, Wodan’s ànd Diesel’s.
    Is easier to remember if you yourself take dog medicine  😉 .

    [/quote]

    #99364
    Sweetypye
    Member

    That is the beauty of using human products; you can use them on dogs and humans and they tend to be cheaper than dog versions of the same thing too!

    Healthspan

    #99365

    hehe – i am like this too lol !!

    however not sure my meds are really all that suitable for sharing out with the doglets 😀

    #99366
    *Lassie*
    Member

    Val, Sweetypye a friend of my parents was advised to take Rosehip for her Arthritis, question would it help Tam and would it be safe to try him on them?

    #99367
    Sweetypye
    Member

    Rosehip is fine to give dogs, Healthspan do a good version and Hilton Herbs (canine) have several mixtures containing it.

    #99368
    *Lassie*
    Member

    [quote author=Sweetypye link=topic=13989.msg264970#msg264970 date=1238489860]
    Rosehip is fine to give dogs, Healthspan do a good version and Hilton Herbs (canine) have several mixtures containing it.
    [/quote]

    Thank you :-*

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