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Indi The Lab

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  1. It was more like she was seeing things that weren't there, taking her by surprise. Started outside and continued inside.
  2. We don't have these. The issue started when she was outside and continued inside - worse in the light
  3. The rawhide was one that you buy loose, just from the local Petcare 2000. The shampoo is made by Yours Droolly and contains: Ingredients: Ingredients used in this product are biodegradable and environmentally friendly. This shampoo is made from two extracts of natural oils extracted from coconuts, in a mild surfactant (sudsing) base, Aloe Vera Extract, coloured with FDA approved food colouring, pH adjusted by addition of citric acid, BP Grade. It is formulated and tested without cruelty to animals. Does not contain Palm oil
  4. We have cane palms and the neighbour has the big queen palms. From googling, neither are toxic to dogs. I did just find some information that suggests this hallucinating behaviour could be a pre cursor to epilepsy
  5. Thank you everyone. She was outside most of the day yesterday as my daughter was home and outside with her. Fine until 1.00pm when she had to go to work. So the behaviours started outside. SHe was worse inside in the light...wanting to hide under the table. At the Vet she was not as bad but she was absolutely hyper! She ate the activated charcoal with mince with no issue. She has been sleeping most of today but is now back to her usual happy self. We do not have any oil burners or candles outside. The only two things we did differently on Sunday was 1. Gave her a rawhide chew a
  6. Please help with any experience that anyone may have had with this... Up at 7am, played and fed Indi then went to work. Daughter was up at 8am, and took Indi for a walk at 9am for about 15 minutes. Indi was great, no issues whatsoever. My daughter left for work at 1pm and I got home at 4.30pm. As soon as I walked out the back I could sense something was wrong. Indi seemed nervous. It was like she was scared. Over time she became worse - like a paranoia - jumping, staring at the cupboard door the turning quickly like someone had scared her. Staring at the wall and jumping nervously,
  7. Researching dry dog food and trying to learn about all the differences. Has anyone tried this Pet Food Australia brand? Any thoughts on ingredients? https://www.petfoodaustralia.com.au/product/turkey-dry-food/
  8. Thank you everyone. Indi is doing really well with her training and is much better away from the other puppies!! She is definitely hyper but not anything that i didn't think was normal for a lab! Was just curious on what others thought about the protein as I had no idea. And just a little brag...we have been working very hard on the 'sit at the open door and wait to be invited through'...today she has mastered it! Smart as a whip!!!
  9. Just wanted to find put what peoples thoughts are on too much protein for puppy. Our Labrador is now 3 months and she is on Blackhawk Puppy along with meaty bones etc. She is super hyper and at training a couple of people have suggested that the 30% protein in the Blackhawk is too much and it can increase hyperactivity. They have suggested I find a dry food with less protein and one even suggested to take her off the puppy dry. Any suggestions?
  10. Thank you everyone. Great info on the grain free. Our Ruby was on it due to allergies but has not been eating it for a while. Indi has arrived and is settling in well. Ruby does not approve at this stage!!!!
  11. Hi everyone Our little black ball of fun will be joining us this weekend. We are excited and nervous! Introducing her to our 11 year Pomeranian x, Ruby, that we rescued when she was 3 months old is going to be fun - she isn't much of a dog lover!! The breeder is currently feeding her Eukenuba but I prefer the Wellness Core as it is grain free. We have fed Ruby on this for quite a few years and she has only just started turning her nose up at it. Of course if we were to change the food over it would be done gradually to avoid any tummy upsets. What does everyone think of the Well
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