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  1. Since Italy generally puts out good food I thought I'd try it while my usual purchase, Farmers Market grain free, was temporarily out of stock. Have tossed out the last can of the stuff (I only bought three). Thanks for all your comments
  2. Has anybody here tried the "Woofin Good" range of dog food Coles recently started selling? https://www.coles.com.au/about-coles/exclusive-brands/woofin-good Interestingly it's made in Italy, ingredients sounded good so I tried a couple of cans with my 5 y/o American Bulldog. Out of the can it looks and smells good and my dog likes it but she seems to be pooing more frequently and very soft stools.
  3. Hmmm, and ABC News still hasn't updated their article. ==
  4. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-03-03/baby-dies-after-familys-rottweiler-dog-attacks-in-north-nsw/9506136 All the Rottweiler's I've known have been lovely dogs. I suspect that regardless of the facts of this case the breed's reputation will cop a hit. Just like after these years people still seem a little unsure when I tell them my next dog will be another Doberman because of their lovely gentle nature and "velcro" characteristics.
  5. Please try to guess which of these three dogs is over 18 years of age, has had a Crucial Ligament operation and suffers from CIVD (Canine Idiopathic Vestibular Disease). ==
  6. Also found this one which looks even more versatile: http://petego.com/Carriers/JetSetFormaFrame?color=65&size=195 Unfortunately so far I can't find anybody locally selling either of them.
  7. >Edited. Sorry, looked up the pack. I misread it as thinking you were intending to strap a backpack on her for extra exercise as a ‘cure’ for separation anxiety LOL !! Katie just looked up from her basket when I burst out laughing reading that :-D I would love to read what you wrote initially ;-) Haven't taken her to a specialist vet but regular vets have agreed it's well ingrained in her since she used to my parent's dog (both passed away now) and she was *never* left alone. So now she only has me and always needs to know where I am or she frets.
  8. Though my 18 y/o Maltese cross Katie is in remarkable health and vigour for any dog, let alone one of her age, her separation anxiety gets a little worse each day. I can hardly walk to the end of the driveway before she'll start barking and fretting. If I'm in the bathroom for more than a minute she'll be wandering in and out to make sure I haven't left her home alone. So I pretty much need to take her everywhere with me, including work, where luckily my clients adore Katie and have no problem with her wandering around their offices when she's not sleeping quietly in a
  9. My 17 y/o Maltese absolutely hates bath time, fights me like a wild tiger. Especially hates water anywhere on her face let alone in her eyes. Somebody recommended I try a hydrobath for her. Can anybody recommend a place I can take her (DIY or they do) in Melbourne, northern suburbs preferably thanks
  10. Hi all, Can anybody suggest how I can keep ants from milling around in and out of my dog's food dish inside the house? Obviously I don't want to use any poison that can hurt my pooch I know ants need to eat too but I'd rather they do that elsewhere thanks in advance.
  11. If it is indeed real (I still don't believe it is) then absolutely it would. I'd love to speak to this "vet" ==
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