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  1. I think at your end Roova. Pics are perfect for me! Way to go KTB! Lucky fosters!
  2. We have petpanels! I have nothing negative to say. Very happy with them. Very happy with the service.
  3. Just to clarify 'normal dog'. My version of a normal dog. Still busy, active, play-a-holic. But no longer manic or anxious. And can actually switch off and chill.
  4. Wow Comets human, you are on the ball! Lucky Comet. One of my dogs has general anxiety, MANY of the things you describe are exactly as my boy is, pre clomicalm. On clomicalm he is a normal dog. I hope you can find sonething to help take the edge off for the little guy. He is one lucky ducky to have found such a great new owner.
  5. Wow!! Where did you get them? I'd love to buy duck or turkey necks in bulk! Interesting.. my female dog says duck is yummy, but my male dog says it's no good!
  6. We have 2 of these, we love love love them!!!
  7. I saw them on k9pro too!! We love our ruffwear harnesses!!
  8. Rotti's at the Beach!!! Just gorgeous Starkehre!!
  9. We bought one dog run from Pet Panels Shane was great, very helpful. He sends them most places.
  10. Big hugs Visla! You definitely dodged a bullet. Good on you for being diligent. Something wonderful is always just around the corner, so don't give up!
  11. Yeah juice was looking. K I love your profile pic!!!
  12. As someone who owns a property in a body corporate.. Run! And find a free standing house. I'm serious. We are only 1 of 12 houses. But all it takes is one pain-in-the-ass owner, and every complex has one. Take it as a sign from the heavens, this place is not for you!
  13. I find random/lost/escaped dogs all the time! If they have a collar/tags on I phone the owners. If not I always take them to the pound - because a) it's almost always outside of business hours, b) I feel like it's the safest place for them, c) the owners are more likely to find them. Our pound is pretty amazing and will try to find the owners. Just earlier this week I was walking my dogs, when suddenly a male rotti went from being in his backyard, to in front of me! (Minus of bunch of his fence pailings). I popped him on my lead (he had no collar on) knocked on his owners door, and the neighbours doors. No answer. Then it bucketted down rain on us as I proceeded to walk home. I towelled the dogs dry, got myself clean and dry, and on my way to take him to the pound drove to his house - and his frantic owners were home. Thank goodness!! I think you did the right thing. If my dog were lost, I would much prefer to be able to find them in the pound/RSPCA than them be in someone's backyard.
  14. Oh Loba, sorry to hear such a sad update. Is he still as fearful as previously? Have there been any other changes in his behaviour? Is he struggling with the changes of the past 3 months?
  15. Hey Cuko13, It says you are in NSW - are you able to say roughly where? When do you think you will be going o'seas?