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by Sarah Bevan
07 May 2011, 08:42
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Removing Roxie's first tick!
Replies: 18
Views: 789

Re: Removing Roxie's first tick!

Tics can live for up to four years, so you must kill them. My son had them From may till early oct last year due to the late summer(they sleep through winter). Doctor does blood test at end season just to make sure he has not contracted lymes . We are trying a new repellent this year, I don't suppos...
by Sarah Bevan
07 May 2011, 08:04
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Removing Roxie's first tick!
Replies: 18
Views: 789

Re: Removing Roxie's first tick!

By the way, in answer to the question of where tics are most likely to be?
Any where you will find deer, you will find tics. My sons school have a family of deer that reside in nearby woodland and come onto school premisis in the evenings.
by Sarah Bevan
07 May 2011, 07:57
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Removing Roxie's first tick!
Replies: 18
Views: 789

Re: Removing Roxie's first tick!

Hi all, havnt got a pup yet but this topic is quite relevant to me. My SON aged 10, gets ticks from the school field every summer. We removed 25 last year! ( So i am quite an expert) We have a tool bought from the vet to remove them(he gets quite a few mums go in!) If you don't have this tool, use t...
by Sarah Bevan
11 Apr 2011, 17:45
Forum: Introductions
Topic: Moulting question by a prospective owner
Replies: 34
Views: 9788

Re: Moulting question by a prospective owner

thanks for all the replies, and photos (they are all georgeous!) looks like it will be pot luck.
by Sarah Bevan
11 Apr 2011, 13:08
Forum: Introductions
Topic: Moulting question by a prospective owner
Replies: 34
Views: 9788

Moulting question by a prospective owner

Hi, I have recenty joined and am really enjoying my reaserch on Labradoodles! Our intention is to get one after our summer holiday. I do have one question though. I realise now that Labradoodles are not necceseraly non-moulting - as many adverts suggest. My question is this - Labradoodles look hairi...