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    Would agree with Sky-O re the antibiotics ( or at...

    Would agree with Sky-O re the antibiotics ( or at least make a quick call to the vets for options).

    As for the practicalities, just making him feel secure will help with the disorientation. Soft...
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    Have had a couple of buns with jaw abscesses, so...

    Have had a couple of buns with jaw abscesses, so can understand your concern. Have to agree with what's been said in that I think he's probably still too sore and bruised where the incisor has been...
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    I have my spayed girlies on it with no weight...

    I have my spayed girlies on it with no weight gain issues at all. Just remember that weight gain is a risk with neutered females, no matter what food they are on, the appetite can seriously increase,...
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    Have had my buns on it since 2006. Absolutely...

    Have had my buns on it since 2006. Absolutely love Oxbow products, superb quality .:D
  5. Aww they are lovely :love::love: Have to say,...

    Aww they are lovely :love::love: Have to say, Fudge, Georgie and Dudley are my heat stealers!
  6. Thread: 2011 Foraging

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    Scaremongering? really? Where's that coming from?...

    Scaremongering? really? Where's that coming from?

    It's always wise to be cautious, especially if you are new to foraging. It's fine for those who have done it for years and are confident with...
  7. Hay could be contaminated by any number of things...

    Hay could be contaminated by any number of things environmentally. It's unlikely to be contaminated if it's been through a process, has been bagged and purchased through a shop, but even then it has...
  8. Trigene is a good safe product you can make up...

    Trigene is a good safe product you can make up and use as a floor cleaner. You can buy it online as a concentrate and make it up as you need it. It has a good shelf life.:D
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    Sounds similar to the stuff that came out of the...

    Sounds similar to the stuff that came out of the snugglesafe I magaged to melt over winter. :oops:
  10. Thread: Frontline- Cats

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    Not from yesterday afternoon, no.

    Not from yesterday afternoon, no.
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    It's in an alcohol base. Would evaporate very...

    It's in an alcohol base. Would evaporate very quickly.
  12. Thread: Frontline- Cats

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    Couldn't be any more positive.:) Publications...

    Couldn't be any more positive.:) Publications from the vet directorate and the pharmaceutical industry are usually robust. The safety margin of Frontline is HUGE!
  13. Thread: Frontline- Cats

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    You won't please don't worry.:D

    You won't please don't worry.:D
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    Trust me, it's ok after it's dry. :D Read the...

    Trust me, it's ok after it's dry. :D Read the final paragraph of the link below. This is a reliable source and one I use routinely at work. If you are worried that bedding or some other textiles...
  15. Thread: Frontline- Cats

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    Is is Frontline Spot on or Frontline Combo spot...

    Is is Frontline Spot on or Frontline Combo spot on as the products have a different chemical composition? ( Frontline only is Fipronil based and Combo is Fipronil plus methoprene ). Either way, both...
  16. Thread: 2011 Foraging

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    There is a slight risk of disease transmission...

    There is a slight risk of disease transmission via mechanical means from foraged plants ( thistles, brambles and anything with a serrated edge maybe particularly susceptible in this case) but as...
  17. I agree Thumps, :D I have been in horticulture...

    I agree Thumps, :D I have been in horticulture for years, studied the ecological relationships between plants and animals, and have now moved into ethnobotany. The reality being that these fields are...
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    Just make sure they are from a reputable site, as...

    Just make sure they are from a reputable site, as mis identification can be problem and have experienced this from Nicky's seeds.
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    Most good seed companies will sell 'wild' plant...

    Most good seed companies will sell 'wild' plant and flower seeds, including 'weed' seed. You may have to make sure you use the botanical name of the plant so Taraxicum officinale for example would be...
  20. Yep I agree, greater plantain does seem to work...

    Yep I agree, greater plantain does seem to work better. :D

    I tend to pick young nettles with gloves, cos I'm a wuss :lol: but the buns dont seem to have an issue with them fresh or dried.
  21. Hiya :wave: I tend to stay very local so...

    Hiya :wave:

    I tend to stay very local so forage here in Chandlers Ford and Romsey. :D There are some pathways and hedgerow plus I am near to woodland and a lovely bit of empty field that has been...
  22. Hi Thumps :D To be honest the obvious 'leafy...

    Hi Thumps :D To be honest the obvious 'leafy green veg' is what immediately springs to mind, Spinnach being top of the list. The wild food iron content is likely to vary and be influenced by the soil...
  23. Definitely not too late for foraging,:D I'm still...

    Definitely not too late for foraging,:D I'm still getting hazel, birch, plantains vetches, hawkbit, dandelion, chamomile, mallow, trefoils, trifolium, blackberry and yarrow.
    I can also confirm that...
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    So sorry to hear this, :cry:must have been awful...

    So sorry to hear this, :cry:must have been awful for you. Binky free little Sophie
  25. Thread: Mary

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    very sorry for your loss, her last memory will be...

    very sorry for your loss, her last memory will be of a loving caring home; binky free sweet Mary.
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