Something we need to be aware of. My limited knowledge of the problem I haven't seen anything that tells me the disease can be passed from Dog to Dog nor exactly what causes it.
It's been here in Dorset for a couple of years. Not wise to walk dogs on certain heathland in the Bournemouth area, for example. Vets are all very aware and have speedy access to a centre of excellence diagnosis and treatment.Something we need to be aware of. My limited knowledge of the problem I haven't seen anything that tells me the disease can be passed from Dog to Dog nor exactly what causes it.
Looking at it, I think I need a pair of chain mail gloves to try that.my lab, a working gun dog, had the same hobby
best way with him was get your thumb in the corner of the mouth behind the hedgehog, press down on tongue, mouth has to open, out pops the ( with him) uninjured hedgehog
Actually no.Looking at it, I think I need a pair of chain mail gloves to try that.
We used CDB oil with tumeric to help our old lab. I was a bit sceptical at 1st but it did make a big difference. We got it from a place in the forest of Dean which rescues eastern european dogs.Couple of gratuitous Hounds on the Downs from yesterday. I swear they’re the canine equivalent of Ant & Dec, they always pose the same side.
Alfie’s gammy shoulders and foreleg joints are starting to slow him down and showing when he sits. We’re managing his pain but are starting to accept that he might want to shuffle off when it all gets too much.
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Cannot believe that Cpl Jarrett has Nicked the dogs blanket!!I hope these three weren't on stag when this was taken
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Cpl. Sharadan Reetz (left), 21, from Indianola, Iowa, and Lance Cpl. Jarrett Hatley, 21, from Millingport, N.C., an assaultman and a dog handler with 3rd Platoon, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, rest next to Blue, an improvised explosive device detection dog, after clearing compounds with Afghan National Army soldiers during Operation Winter Offensive in Garmsir District, Helmand province, Afghanistan, Jan. 4, 2012
Chap in Nantwich had a lapse in common sense and left his two labs outside M&S last week and whoosh, they were gone.
Well, colour me surprisedChap in Nantwich had a lapse in common sense and left his two labs outside M&S last week and whoosh, they were gone.
Big Facebook campaign and someone came up with some CCTV which lead the police to a house in Stoke. Happily the dogs have been reunited with their frantic owners and the “alleged” thieves, including a 14 year old were up in front of Magistrates yesterday. I don’t know the outcome.
In an extraordinary twist to the tale the thieves are apparently from a section of the community much taken with caravanning.
A good friend and former regular poster on Arrse has reported this Pikey site many times for the state of their horses. No action ever taken.