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I am glad he is doing better. I am always frightened to look at this thread
Oh sorry to read this about Buster this morning. Hope he improves as the time goes on
Poor Buster, hope nothing happens in the next 48 hours. I will keep him in my thoughts
I am so glad that Stan is feeling good today
I agree. I was once told by an emergency vet that even 1 grape can kill some dogs – it just depends on the dog. I certainly wouldn’t risk it.
She has said if it was a trauma that caused it. I will certainly keep an eye on Molly and if she is sick at all the first thing I will be doing is phoning the vet. Thanks Val for all the advice.
Here are a couple of piccys of Molly and I at the start and end of the doggy dawdle.
Sorry Val meant to ask do you put the manuka honey on a pad just like he was doing with the inadine patches the hospital gave him. The blisters are now all away on his leg but it is still a little lumpy and losts of fresh skin but still feels quite nippy.
MollyMarch 31, 2009 at 7:30 pm in reply to: Photo competition – single shots -most of or full body #112037
This is one of Molly on her own
This Molly and her friends at the park
Just bumping this up as requested.
I also got a harness for her on the recommendation of my vet when I told her about the incident with the collar and lead. I must admit I do prefer walking her with her harness as it gives me more control. The harness came in very handy when she was being “attacked” by two dogs when I had to pull her out of their way and also when she fell over the embankment into the canal and it was a bit too steep to climb out. My daughter’s boyfriend grabbed her by her harness and passed her onto someone else. That was quite a frightening experience.
Hi Suz, Molly is 2 years 6 months old and I got her from Hamilton, Scotland.
She wears a harness due to the fact that she doesn’t really like loud children and one night when I took her out for a walk there were some loud children about and I had to pull her a little to get her to walk and her collar came right off and I was left holding a collar and lead and Molly was running home – luckily it was only 3 doors away from where we stay but if it had been on a main road I dread to think of the consequences. It also comes in handy when we are out with our dog walking group if she gets into any sort of trouble as we can grab hold of the harness.
I don’t really mind her going in the mud – it just seems to fall off her when she is dry. The shampoo I use has the same effect as a the oils in a bird’s feather. This is her deciding to have a wash in the stream