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Yesterday, we visited he new B7M that has just opened here and they were selling boulders for £3.99 each.

 

We have a garden that grows boulders of all sizes. I can see why the old buildings were built of stone as that would be what was lying around.

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ooo very happy. got 2 sleeping bags, as luna ate the last one, and a dog crate, as luna broke 2. spent £5

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the crate is up. luna likes it. hope she leaves this one intact

 

jerry is pooing blood. i hope its just because of the fireworks

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didnt know how big an 18" pizza was, but it had to be over £10 to be delivered. that will be enough for 2 more meals. might have to freeze some

very nice though

hope all the animals will be ok tonight xx

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Poor Jerry. Does she have a tendency to colitis?

 

Wispa has had a slightly hoarse voice for 2 days. No cough or anything, just a slightly hoarse and less deafening bark.

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If she has pancreatitis she needs a restrictive diet...that includes treats..had both a dog and cat with that, I had to have a special food from the vet for deags, I managed to find a commercial alternative in the end which was a lot cheaper

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the vet hasnt said. she just gets it when shes stressed. she sticks to 2 treats as they are semi moist. shes slept through most of the fireworks tonight. we are off to bed, this is when shes stressed if they go off. its so quiet round here, any noise like that sounds worse.

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She needs low fat food and treats, when deags had it, she was on zantac liquid, some gastro protect tablets and some tablets that cost the earth for her pancreas.

The cat was given the zantac liquid and a liquid that was white...I think that was his gastro protectant, deags had to go in and stay on a drip a couple of times as she got so dehydrated from the upset tummy and vomitting

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I believe there are different types of pancreatitis - Rosie's was of the type that needed low fat food and no variety in her diet.

 

I haven't heard of blood with either though, so perhaps a visit to the vet?

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she was there the other week because of the fits. they did a full blood count, that was ok. once the fireworks stop ill see if shes the same

 

be safe out there! xx

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Loxicom can be hard on the stomach. Archie can't tolerate it as it triggers his acid reflux.

 

Talking of The Archibald he pooped in the bathroom this morning and wee'd in the kitchen. I had the steam cleaner out at 6.30am.

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hugo weed on the bed just as i was getting in it, so the old sleeping bag went in the bin and the thicker one will be washed this morning. I understand it this time. just as they went out for their last wees fireworks went off so they all wanted back in. ill wait to put my last duvet back on the bed. good job i bought 2 sleeping bags yesterday

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Karen, dogs with pancreatitis can have blood in their stools and in their vomit also...deags was a very poorly girl

The lady who runs the hedgehog rescue has had to close her doors to new admissions, I have offered to take my one back and look after her or take another

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