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I love those ears
I cannot help with a breeder as I have pastorals and toys but please make sure you see health certificates for eyes and hip scores on both the parents, if I was buying one I would want to see the whole pedigree with hip scores.
I would start by going to a show in your area look at the dogs and talk to the people with the breed shows are listed on the KC site you can also check if parents are health checks with just a name on the same site
We are still here but we do more chatting on facebook than on the site
Yorkies should have their claws cut often as they do not have the weight to wear them down if you have never cut them go too a groomer who will do it and show you how as their claws are black , if you cut them too close your dog will never let you near them again.
The vets can do it for you or you can just tip the ends, stand the dog up on a top not on the floor and lift one foot with a good grip and snip but to be honest if the nails are long and have never been cut you need someone that can do it properly.
Hallo and Welcome any problems just mail
What breed is your pup
ValMay 5, 2013 at 7:31 pm in reply to: ***STOP PRESS – IMPORTANT RESCUE REMEDIES AUCTION*** #115032
Off to have a look :ok:
Well there’s a first If this was my problem I would use a ladies hair net they are fine and light just tie it under the chin with a length of shearing elastic also light so there is no weight on the ear :agree:
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Just after some advice.
Skye (German Shephard) has a bent ear which currently has an infection she is on antibiotics for thisa at the mo but the Vet has advised getting An ear net to stop any flies getting into the ear. just wondering if these are availiable to purchase anywhere or does nayone know the best way to make one
[/quote]February 15, 2013 at 8:57 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106545
As if we do not have enough homeless dogs here already :nono:February 6, 2013 at 6:25 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106543
It’s on my too watch list :surrender:February 4, 2013 at 7:56 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106541
Jemmima was a show person with pedigee dogs :what: I trust none of them.
Well done Lassie the detectiveJanuary 26, 2013 at 8:23 pm in reply to: Would you and your dog like to be in a documentary film? #106537
Remember Jemmima Puddleduck and her little production :boooo:
Poor lass hope she is better soon :-*
I would keep up the metacam and then take her to your vet sounds like a trapped nerve
Can’t you groom Stan???
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the council wont help, they said (and I quote) “Being homeless is no longer a requirement for housing”
We have managed to come to an arrangement with my mother in law though which is good. She said we can all stay there as long as we keep on top of Stans fur so this will mean being professionally groomed at least every month probley. Will be costly but at least we will all be together 🙂
He’s lovely white dog chicken s**t not a good bed fellow :agree: