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- 04 Jan 2009, 17:43
- Forum: Health Matters
- Topic: To spade or not to spade!!!!!
- Replies: 13
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Hi, firstly Congrats on the pregnancy :) Paige had her first season just after she turned 12 months and was recently speyed age 17months. I think the choice between speying before or after 1st season is party down to the individual as there is many pros and cons to support both opinions. The choice ...
As Bid suggested you can pour water on the wee area as soon as she has been, although this is means going out at night and following around with a watering can. It is the cheapest option tho and it does work.
Paige also went through this stage of not really eating at around 14 months, especially breakfast. i was thinking to myself that it was the food but since i had just opened a new 20kg bag i wasnt going to change it. I use skinners Ruff and ready for fussy eaters which can have warm water/gravy added...
thanks for those extra pics,Bear is scrummy! I have fallen in LOVE I am wanting a Choc boy with a very wavy or curly coat BUT i am not quite ready yet as paige is due to be spayed Oct and i am starting a new job so wouldn't be right to introduce a puppy just yet.
Paige does this to her playmate she has known from when she was puppy. in my situation i think it is a combination of excitement and flustration as the other dog is much older and doesnt want to play along the whole walk. when she starts barking and going a bit crazy i get her back to me and walk ho...