- What will my dog do now?
The dog belonging to a woman at work ate a tray of mince pies, it almost killed it, cost them almost £2k to save it and its now a hemophiliac.
Personally I’d kick the thing around the kitchen then shut it in the kennel, you don’t keep it in a kennel though do you Dez? I bet you carry it around with you on a little velvet cushion and call it Fi-Fi, don’t ya? eh? eh?
seriously though, I’d keep an eye on it, lots of sugar is no good for em!Posted 10 years ago
She eats dried food on breeder’s and vet’s advice. You think I’d change it on advice from you??! 😆 If we fed her tinned sludge our garden would be a river of runny brown stuff…
Yes! She will come out on a ride (well, if her thieving ways don’t get her killed!) as she’s a great trail dog. Just need to find a suitable ride where there are no roads, not too far from home and er.. that’s it I think.Posted 10 years ago
Dez – vets sell the Science Diet, if that is what she’s on, so a nice earner for them.
My late dog (Golden Retriever aka dustbin) was put on dried food following vet’s advice, she hated it and every time she went out for a walk, she went scavenging. It was disgusting 😯
Chappie was recommended after she had stomach disorder, quite bland chicken with rice in gravy. She loved it and no problem with her rear end either. Food like Pedigree Chum is very rich and can cause stomach upsets.
I can recommend a forest but a bit far for you!Posted 10 years ago
Cheers for that. Yeah, bit reluctant to change whats been recommended, but we always fed our family dogs Chum, or the like and I don’t remember any of them being such scroungers.Posted 10 years ago
We did QE Park on a nightride and it was brilliant. Not sure about day time, too many distractions. Maybe later in the year, when she’s a bit older (not that pointers ever get sensibly mature!
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