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Pet news / Re: Home Alone Cards
« on: Jun 27, 2016, 09:12 »
Dottie thank you for alerting me about the link issue. It seemed to work in the first instance as I always double check links before posting. I have tried to resolve this but for some reason the link keeps resorting to the wrong page. Unfortunately it is something we will have to live with. The Home alone cards are a timely reminder that when we are out and about, things can happen.

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Pet news / Home Alone Cards
« on: Jun 26, 2016, 08:07 »
I came across these Home Alone cards. I thought the idea was worthy of a mention.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss/277-6849490-2312752?url=search-alias%3Dpets&field-keywords=home+alone+

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Coaster, there is next to nothing as far as I am aware on stabilised allicin and dogs on the internet at least I have found very little indeed. It is antibacterial, anti cancer, anti fungal, antiparasite, antiviral and so much more. Stabilised allicin was developed some years ago by British Biochemist Peter Josling and team for humans and animals. There is a lot of information available for humans. It is used to treat Lymes Disease, MRSA. amputee infections, common cold all sorts of illnesses that challenge us and our pets. Many people give AllicinMax to their dogs for a variety of diseases including skin diseases and daily well being, stabilised allicin has also been used on Bonnet Macaques with dysentery and mastitis in cows. As far as I know there isn't a specific stabilised allicin product for pets in the UK but in some countries there is and it is called Allipaws and Allipet so AllicinMax is used in the UK. As there is so little information on the web if you want to research further the best thing to do is contact   http://www.allicin.co.uk/
They have always answered any questions that I have put to them and of course have the knowledge of stabilised allicin and dogs including suggested dosage.
I have heard of Essiac Tea but not Zara's Tea, an interesting find. Is it actually available in the UK?

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I moved on to a natural wormer a long time ago and use Verm-X and also use Wormcount.com. It will be interesting to hear how you get on with DE. I commend your stance on vaccinations.To me it is something that one has to think of with the greatest of care.Titre testing can be expensive at least to my mind. In 2004 I believe, and you may of seen this before 30 vets signed a letter to the Veterinary Times regarding vaccinations  http://www.canine-health-concern.org.uk/politicshealth.html
Catherine O'Driscoll of Canine Health Concern has long campaigned over the dangers of vaccinations

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Coaster, I feed Paleo Ridge Raw completes including Nutriment Veg Plus at 15% and Nutriment completes for their Chicken,Turkey to extend variety. Nutriment adult completes have 15% veg including superfoods. I like both companies for their ethics. I do supplement with PetPlus (Susanna McIntyre, holistic vet). Also supplement with AllicinMax (stabilised allicin). I only have the one dog at present and haven't given cost much thought. After losing dogs in the past young and old from various illnesses, which is what happens in life, I now supplement. I have to say this little chap who has Hollywood white teeth is the most happy, vibrant, fit and healthy companion one I could ask for.

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Naturea Light and Senior 2kg (£18.99) and 12kg (£69.99) free postage, appear to be in stock at Posh Pets, Stoke on Trent. How these prices compare to others suppliers I do not know.
http://www.myposhpet.co.uk/?subcats=Y&status=A&pshort=Y&pfull=Y&pname=Y&pkeywords=Y&search_performed=Y&q=Naturea+Naturea+Light+%26+Senior+&dispatch=products.search

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General discussion / Re: Vegan, Vegetarian or Meat
« on: May 31, 2016, 16:58 »
Lily's Kitchen " Wholesome Veggie Feast" is now available.
Ingredients
Carrots, Cottage Cheese, Parsnips, Dried Egg, Pumpkin, Broccoli, Amaranth Flakes, Linseed Oil, Oat Flakes, Apples, Beans, Chickpeas, Yeast, Vitamins & Chelated Minerals, Lentils.
Nutrients
Crude Protein 6%, Crude Fats & Oils 6.1%, Crush Ash 1.4%, Crude Fibres 0.4%, Moisture 73%.
Nutritional Additives (per kg), Vitamin D 600IU
Trace Elements (per kg) Zinc Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate 1,500 mg, Cupric Chelate of Amino Acids Hydrate 150 mg, Iodine as Calcium Iodate 25 mcg, L-Carnitine 20 mcg
Natural Thickener (per kg) Locust Bean Gum 1g

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General dog chat / Re: Alabama Rot
« on: May 01, 2016, 13:28 »
Laura Holm of Anderson Moores Vet Specialists gave a talk on Alabama Rot on 22nd April 2016 at the Bransgore Pet Event.
Here is a report of this talk. http://alabamarot.co.uk/

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General discussion / Re: Vegan, Vegetarian or Meat
« on: Apr 28, 2016, 18:34 »
Lily's Kitchen are to launch a Vegetarian wet dog food "Wholesome Veggie Feast". It will be very interesting to read the reviews over the coming months especially the dogs who have allergies to meat.
http://www.petgazette.biz/10073-lilys-kitchen-launches-new-recipe/

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Raw feeding / Green Tripe
« on: Apr 26, 2016, 14:17 »
Of all the raw meats I have given my dogs over the years, past and present, Green Tripe remains King. It's always been their No 1 favourite.
http://thewholedog.org/artTripe.html

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Dog news / What Happened to the Bankhar Dog
« on: Mar 31, 2016, 10:10 »
The Mongolian Bankhar Dog Project. This makes interesting reading as these are a large breed and examples of 15-18 year old dogs working with Nomads in the field is not uncommon . A typical meal being boiled rice, sheep innards and cheese whey. http://bankhar.org/?page_id=48

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