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  1. I got one when I took Dandie-Zara to get vaccinated, she was 7 y/o when I got her and the first time at that particular vet I was really chuffed to get a dog passport So, as Mairead said, just ask your vet
  2. That happens with my three as well, bits of red lentil, split peas and un-husked barley, it doesn't worry me as I figure it's fibre and just doing its job, it is the same if they get a carrot treat, the chewed bits come out the next day (akin to throwing money down the toilet I suppose )
  3. Hahaha @Princess Fru Fru it'd be a bit of a shock to the system having those Dandie short legs after a whippet
  4. though I much prefer a terriers so maybe a Sealyham?
  5. what about a Tibbie? https://www.dogzonline.com.au/breeds/mature/tibetan-spaniel.asp
  6. A little off topic but a few years back when I had Penny and Mac there was a woman nearby who decided she'd start an obedience school in the local park, I took P and M as I thought it'd be fun for them and to try to get Mac to be less afraid of walking near/under wire fences or his lead, he screamed out when he was near (I think there may have been electric fence episodes before I got him), She got me in a line and got everyone to walk round and round their sitting dogs so the lead would go over the dogs heads while Mac watched, I then had to join in with Mac, he screamed twice when I walked round him then surprisingly he just ignored the lead afterwards, we did the same to a fluttery piece of string tied between two trees and he went under after all the other dogs did. So repetition of scary things that turn out not to be scary after all seems to work Maybe baby-steps in this direction LMO and another behaviorist may be a good thing. edited to correct spelling
  7. She buggered up the dosage She was too busy to talk to you She was rude in her email reply so... Pfffft to her, do as she says and go to another vet
  8. just putting this out there https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=327285680050049&set=a.132814376163848 POOR OLD AND VERY HANDSOME JAX HAS FOUND HIMSELF NEEDING A LOVING FOREVER HOME AND HE IS AT THE SUNSHINE COAST ANIMAL REFUGE NORTH OF BRISBANE. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADOPT JAX, ALL DETAILS ARE BELOW TO CONTACT THE SHELTER - FROM THE SHELTER - Jax - D237362 Male Dog aged 10 years. Meet Jax! This distinguished gentleman is looking for a quieter home for his retirement years. He is a very independant dog with a typical Chow nature, refined and dignified. He will need a home who can help him look after his beautiful coat. If you are interested in meeting Jax please pop into the refuge today! Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge 28 Sippy Creek Rd, Tanawha, 07 5494 5275
  9. try here @sandgrubber https://the-riotact.com/ex-vet-jan-spate-illegally-collected-medications-just-in-case-of-emergency/720082
  10. Glad you are feeling better...cancer is just ghastly. If you and Chase enjoy participating in shows there is the Neuter class, it may be a fun time for you both. There's usually a Best Neuter in Show & Open Neuter in Show so maybe worth thinking about
  11. there's really not much sensitive content so it's safe to click
  12. Hey @mita she must be one tough dog!
  13. I'm not sure if this is allowed but as a Westie-tragic here goes anyway: This little one, Archie, has been missing from his Monaco St (Gold Coast) home since Sunday. Please keep an eye out for him if you live around the GC or even if there is a new adult Westie in your area that has just appeared since Sunday evening. The members on the Westie groups are getting rather concerned about the wee Teucher and another pic
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