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One of ours is always finding old pheasant bones, she enjoys eating them, and sometimes deer bones. As @JudyN says, if we were to try taking them...
Have you any pictures of before, to help us see the difference.
Early day's, give him time to get his feet well under the table :rolleyes::rolleyes:. I bet there is a wee monster tucked away...
It could matter if the mice have been poisoned. There could be a secondary accumulative effect. Many rodenticides present a secondary poisoning...
Oh my goodness he's gorgeous. Congratulations:eek::D
A raw diet does produce very hard poo's, some extra liver or offal quiet often softens the poo's but as @Biker John has mentioned, cook yourself...
That's what happens to most corn.
All of our girls are entire, I would never neuter for convenience and my vet does not insist we have any spayed. Seasons and sex, are all part of...
Yoko Ono. (without John Lennon)
A good old fashioned raw bone once or twice a week would help tremendously. :rolleyes:
Nat King Cole.
Ronnie must be home by now, or very soon. I wonder how his journey was. :rolleyes:
I hope we hear soon, I'm rather excited:oops:
Oh I love Bat out of Hell, full volume car windows open on a nice day.
I used you tube the other day, to find an old song by "Roy Rogers". A four legged friend.
It took me way back to my childhood :rolleyes:
Frankie Valli. (I had to check on the spelling. I wrote Frankie Valley first!)
Play; Roses are red my love. (Jim Reeves)
Banned: Seven little girls sitting in the back seat (kissing and hugging with Fred).
I can't name the...
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Play; Alone am I. (Brenda Lee)
Banned; Walking the dog. (Rolling Stones)