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by changingbreeds
16 Aug 2012, 22:37
Forum: Introductions
Topic: introducing wilson
Replies: 5
Views: 804

Re: introducing wilson

Aww I didn't realise your collie was so poorly? yes, they say she has a massive tumor. I showed it to a retired dutch vet who is ol holiday (poor lady i collered her to look :) ). anyway, she told me tonight that without a biopsy she couldnt tell me if the lump was cancerous, but the area is oooo i...
by changingbreeds
16 Aug 2012, 21:44
Forum: Introductions
Topic: introducing wilson
Replies: 5
Views: 804

introducing wilson

i posted on here a few weeks ago saying i looking for a labradoodle. I thought id found 1 but it wasnt ment to be, but i have been told i can have a 23 month old boy called Wilson. I'll post some pictures when i get him :D . Sad part is im loosing my collie to get him, butwilson looks and sounds won...
by changingbreeds
08 Aug 2012, 16:12
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: vet recomended home cooked diet
Replies: 7
Views: 1037

Re: vet recomended home cooked diet

No you dont, Dogs stomachs are adapted to handle large amounts of bacteria so unless your dog has a very poor immune system, raw without freezing is fine. How many dogs do you think find rotting dead rabbits, birds etc on walks and devour the lot?? Eat horse, sheep and cow poo etc, not to mention d...
by changingbreeds
08 Aug 2012, 06:15
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: vet recomended home cooked diet
Replies: 7
Views: 1037

Re: vet recomended home cooked diet

I don't understand... If you can get chicken and sausages to cook why can't you feed her raw meat? Maybe you could just do a bit of raw diet on the days you go shopping and get a good wet food for the other days? with raw meat you have to freeze it first to kill any bacteria off, obviously camping ...
by changingbreeds
07 Aug 2012, 23:31
Forum: Health Matters
Topic: vet recomended home cooked diet
Replies: 7
Views: 1037

vet recomended home cooked diet

this isnt doodley its doogy though. One of those fate things happened tonight, i was 'walking' my collie (she sits in the pushchair until shes well enough to walk herself) when i spoke to a lady with what i htought were springer spaniels, just being friendly. She asked me what was wrong with my coll...
by changingbreeds
06 Aug 2012, 19:31
Forum: Introductions
Topic: equiptment
Replies: 7
Views: 858

Re: equiptment

think the ausie doodle brush would help get the loose deep hairs out even in a english doodles coat. Think i may get both. If in doute we have an airedale that i think it would work on. the shop i found must have been one of the scary expensive once i think. A water bowl was like £18 :shock: i will ...
by changingbreeds
06 Aug 2012, 19:23
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: equiptment (better board this time
Replies: 6
Views: 439

Re: equiptment (better board this time

hes not a puppy, hes 1. Im not going to creat or play pen train him, he'll be in my bed im sure at night (never had a dog that didnt climb in (you can tell im single :lol: ) I will be looking at older dog training for him. I understand hes OK but not great. I never bothered training my collie and re...
by changingbreeds
06 Aug 2012, 19:23
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: equiptment (better board this time
Replies: 6
Views: 439

Re: equiptment (better board this time

hes not a puppy, hes 1. Im not going to creat or play pen train him, he'll be in my bed im sure at night (never had a dog that didnt climb in (you can tell im single :lol: ) I will be looking at older dog training for him. I understand hes OK but not great. I never bothered training my collie and re...
by changingbreeds
06 Aug 2012, 16:29
Forum: Introductions
Topic: equiptment
Replies: 7
Views: 858

Re: equiptment

i cant look at the brush :x it says for legal restrictions in the country im in. Such rubbish!! Funny about the brand of collar, i looked at an oline doggy shop and thats the brand i chose (bill would come to £205!!) maybe need to cut that down a tad to start with if i can get him. im going to get s...