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Puppies / Re: Miss Molly
« Last post by Mudmagnets on Yesterday at 09:00:01 PM »
Sounds like she needs time for things to settle down a bit, with everything going on.

Hope your leg heals quickly
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Puppies / Re: Miss Molly
« Last post by ejp on Yesterday at 06:50:57 PM »
Ordered the yumove to give it a try before Molly's next monthly check.  Last week she also had her wormer so that might have set us back along with teething.
She is in my bad books today. Think it was accidental but she has put a deep 5 inch scratch down my leg. Makes a change from the biting just hurt more
Ouch!
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Puppies / Re: Miss Molly
« Last post by MIN on Yesterday at 12:49:26 PM »
Ordered the yumove to give it a try before Molly's next monthly check.  Last week she also had her wormer so that might have set us back along with teething.
She is in my bad books today. Think it was accidental but she has put a deep 5 inch scratch down my leg. Makes a change from the biting just hurt more
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Puppies / Re: Miss Molly
« Last post by Jaysmumagain on Yesterday at 10:49:30 AM »
Not sure how far you nearest Sainsbury is but the answer is Pumpkin Puree 2 a tin back in stock....one dessert spoon kills all knock you over on floor smells....100% also agree with Mudmagnets re the Yumove sachets, Ollie had them and I have them for Harry. (Pumpkin must not be with sugar) Sains is fine. One dessert spoon per day. Also on  Amazon but do check no sugar. 

Just to add Harry started with this when he was about  7months - stable on Arden Grange puppy them wham - the sachet was only half packet as he was so young the next day I spinkle some oth remaining out then 3rd the rest and it works.  I also added about 2 dessert spoons boiled rice.  All is well in Harry's world and this is my recipe for sucsess.  He still today has one sppon pumkin.

One other thing Min I was told if changing main feed must do over 7 - 10day say Ist day 90% old 10% new and work like this till on new food.

XX
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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: RIP Morgan
« Last post by Jaysmumagain on Yesterday at 10:33:42 AM »
Elaine I am so saddened to see you have lost Morgan.

My thoughts are with you both xx

Julie
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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: RIP Morgan
« Last post by Finvarra on Yesterday at 08:20:38 AM »
So sorry you have lost your beloved boy. He will take memories of his happy life with you across the divide until you meet again.
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Puppies / Re: Miss Molly
« Last post by Mudmagnets on March 03, 2024, 09:45:46 PM »
Deli belly update
Ideas please
 Since her 22nd Feb visit we still are suffering terrible trump and gastly poops. We have had a few "nice" ones but they are out numbered by the nasties. We kept her on another bag of royal canin but now is back to Eukanuba.  Any treats given are taken from her food, so no other types of food given
 The trumps need eliminating because the scented candles make me cough more than the trumps

Have you tried the Yumove Digestive Care Plus? I use it sparingly if Minstrel has an upset tum with resulting yucky poos, usually a quarter of a sachet sprinkled on the top of his food for a day gets things back to normal. Hope it helps, poor girl.


https://yumove.co.uk/products/yudigest-plus-for-dogs-and-cats?variant=30288899473463

or the new yumove digestive powder https://yumove.co.uk/collections/dog-digestive-care

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Health / Re: Snoopy has toe cancer
« Last post by ejp on March 03, 2024, 08:51:51 PM »
That's fantastic news for Snoopy, so pleased for yo.  Hope Benji's blood tests are okay.
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Puppies / Re: Miss Molly
« Last post by ejp on March 03, 2024, 08:47:28 PM »
Daisy had a sensitive tummy and I used McAdams kibble when we were away in the motorhome, it suited her well. She had RAW at home.
https://mcadamspetfoods.com/en/dog/dry/
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General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: RIP Morgan
« Last post by ejp on March 03, 2024, 08:44:27 PM »
I'm so sad for you, it's such a painful time, and nothing prepares you for it. Morgan was truly loved and had a wonderful life.  Run free Morgan.
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