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    I don't come on here very often any more Jane so...

    I don't come on here very often any more Jane so haven't seen all your posts but sending you every sympathy for your loss :cry:. Thinking of you xx
  2. Mine were fine a few years ago when we had temps...

    Mine were fine a few years ago when we had temps of -10 for days at a time. The worst thing was keeping the water from freezing within an hour. I persuaded my husband to run electricity to the shed...
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    I've often used out of date Metacam with no ill...

    I've often used out of date Metacam with no ill effects. But you must make your own decision - if you have an issue, I would go to the vet.
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    I'm sorry to hear you have a poorly doggie :(. ...

    I'm sorry to hear you have a poorly doggie :(. Hope he or she is soon on the mend. Don't let age put you off bonding though. I bonded a 9.5 year old doe with a 4.5 year old buck and they went on...
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    I would bond them. I've had snuffle-buns who...

    I would bond them. I've had snuffle-buns who never passed it onto their companions. Company is important.
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    I used to have tubular greenhouse heaters, with...

    I used to have tubular greenhouse heaters, with guards, mounted about 6 inches from the floor so that water bowls could sit under them and stay ice-free. Worked a treat. They frequently got hay and...
  7. Thread: G Tech Air Ram

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    See I LOVE mine! I find it way better than the...

    See I LOVE mine! I find it way better than the Dyson at picking up hay in particular. It NEVER clogs and it always picks up all the hay. I also find it great for dog hair. But as an only 'hoover'...
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    Avoid - even for dogs and cats! They cut the...

    Avoid - even for dogs and cats! They cut the coat rather than strip out the undercoat. Fine for single coated animals but a disaster for double-coated.
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    No idea. Probably a long time but since I can...

    No idea. Probably a long time but since I can easily buy Ashbeck from Tesco, I'll do that!
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    I just took a look at RO filters and it seems...

    I just took a look at RO filters and it seems that whilst they DO remove all calcium from the water, they also leave it highly acidic, leading eventually to acidosis in the body. Most RO filters...
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    Oh poo! I thought I was giving one of my piggies...

    Oh poo! I thought I was giving one of my piggies low calcium water as I filter everything through a Brita filter jug. Perhaps I should start buying bottled water instead?
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    I'm sure they will be fine. You just need to...

    I'm sure they will be fine. You just need to wait around 6 weeks post spay before introducing them as you need to let the girl fully heal AND give her time to let her hormones settle down. Then...
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    Does filtering hard water not help remove some...

    Does filtering hard water not help remove some calcium?
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    Such a lucky little bunny to have found you. ...

    Such a lucky little bunny to have found you. Thinking of you at such a tough time. Sweet dreams Benjie xx
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    Massive binky from Smudge!!!! Lovely to see them...

    Massive binky from Smudge!!!! Lovely to see them looking relaxed and happy :).
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    Been away all week and just catching up on news. ...

    Been away all week and just catching up on news. Very glad to hear both Smudge and Imogen are home again and back to their old selves :).
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    I think I'd cut a couple of entry-holes in it and...

    I think I'd cut a couple of entry-holes in it and make a hidey.
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    Happy to read your update and glad the furbabies...

    Happy to read your update and glad the furbabies are starting to perk up. I remember only too well the stress of them not eating - Pea and Pod were nightmares and we had many bouts of bloat and...
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    Have you had an update on how Smudge and Imogen...

    Have you had an update on how Smudge and Imogen are getting on at Trinity? Hope there are signs of improvement. Imogen usually has a cast iron constitution!
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    Or you could just grind up their regular pellets...

    Or you could just grind up their regular pellets (as that's really all critical care is) and make that into a mash instead. I made it really dry so that it barely stuck together but was sufficient...
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    Poor loves :cry:. I've not been very active on...

    Poor loves :cry:. I've not been very active on here recently so hadn't realised you had food issues. I have to say that Imogen never had any issues with regular SS pellets, but I understand why...
  22. I'm so very sorry :cry:.

    I'm so very sorry :cry:.
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    A warm welcome to RU :wave:

    A warm welcome to RU :wave:
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    A very warm welcome to RU :wave:

    A very warm welcome to RU :wave:
  25. Poor love :cry:. Seizures are ghastly so very...

    Poor love :cry:. Seizures are ghastly so very glad to hear he's feeling a little better.
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