Type: Posts; User: Ray Kirkpatrick
I know of an old school pro that spit on bumpers and wiped it in.
Made "scents" to me.;)
Put in a Mud River pad and leave the straw out.
Wipe the wet dog down w/shammy type absorbent towels prior to putting him up.
He's not living in there is he?
We had one with it quite awhile back. She recovered nicely.
But! They dripped some of the product on her front leg while administering
the shots. Took a lot longer to solve that than it did to...
Where to find the connecting loop thingy?
Curious as to how many mix dry dog food with water and why or why not.
OK, don't tell Jack S. I said this but treats WORK;-)
"I was handling some mallards"
Use those. Works great.;-)
Fish oil capsule on dog biscuit held in place w/peanut butter. Served with FRIED or HARD BOILED (read cooked) egg
You didn't mention baths but labs do not required very many of those....
See Google Earth
Wow, cannot imagine terrible that must be.
A real heartbreaker. deepest sympathy
Sounds like Hillary to me....;-)
I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;
I'll drink to that!
Would you turn on your left turn signal if you wanted to go right?;)
Try Dennis Maass, located in Elkhorn, WI 53121
Probably wouldn't hurt to hold a cold compress on it.
Bag of frozen peas or corn work well.
This is not a bet is it?
'cause I'm not a gambler.
I'll go with "Ammo" - Dog #61 FC AFC CFC CAFC Upon the Wings of an Answered Prayer
Handler: Bill Petrovish
I recommend them highly.
See this site:
Congrats to the "Team".
Mutt Luk boots. Used in Iditarod. Will stay on.
I keep one in dog first aid kit.
Do you know which issue of Retriever Journal this was in?
Just left Stan. He never mentioned a birthday. Maybe that's why he was smoking that smelly cigar...:razz:
I'll go up and fire my 12 ga. for $250.00 per shot.;-)