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    1. danielled
      My arm is very sore now. The old implant was a tricky customer to get out because every time she got it where she could grab it with that implant grabbing thing it moved, it didn't want out so she had to make the cut a bit bigger and apply more pressure to push the old implant to where she could pull it out then the new one went straight in and she cleaned the mess on my arm up and put steristrips on then an annoying pressure bandage that is coming off tomorrow.
    2. DogHeart
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    3. cinnamontoast
      Gutted, girl, that's five mins drive from me, wish I'd known! You could have come for Beau snuggles! :(
    4. MoggyBaby
      Thank you very much for the rep, you are too kind and it is much appreciated. :) x
    5. GoldenShadow
      Just want to clarify, is it definitely Buster without his present? For some reason I've got him listed as having received. His is down as having been posted and has been that way for some time, am waiting for sender to get back to me about when they posted and tracking code...
    6. GoldenShadow
      Hellooo just a reminder that the deadline for Secret Santa is 30th September 2012, I need paypal of 50p per dog, your name, your address and your dog(s) names sending to me via PM. Secret Santa Paypal email address is PFSecretSanta@hotmail.com :)
    7. amble1066
      hi, we got ronnie from a working farm, he comes with no papers, his mum n dad were bth there and such lovely dogs although they really needed a good grrom or cut,,we paid £600 for him x
    8. rocco33
      Hi, just done a search and noticed you use wolftucker. Are they any good? I'm using natural instinct + what I can get from butcher but it seems more expensive than wolftucker so thought it may be worth a try.
    9. The Norfolk Turkey
      The Norfolk Turkey
      Cool, thanks for the advice, will keep on looking and learning! Teal looks fab! Megs going a bit stir crazy as she is still waiting for her 2nd jabs and has way too much pent-up energy - she's worse than the kids!
    10. toffee44
      Science plan is still full of cereals which is not digested well for dogs and is the route of most allergies, skin issues, ear issues etc. I feed raw now and all of my springer x ear issues stopped almost immediately. I feed skinners duck and rice as his is hypoallergy when away on holiday etc but still mucks his ears up. Have you looked into Fish for Dogs, no cereals in that??
    11. The Norfolk Turkey
      The Norfolk Turkey
      Hi Toffee, do you mind my asking what food you have for your labxspringer? The family we got Meg from were feeding Wag, which Meg basically turned her nose up at for two days,before we switched to science plan, which weve always fed the cats. Having just read the thread on the 'best' dried foods though, science plan doesnt seem to highly rated. Thanks! TNT
    12. toffee44
      Hi Springer pete thank you for replying. I need lots of training too ;) have followed without dogs before but never had my own dog to take out.
    13. springerpete
      Hi, just replied to your post. Thought I'd say hello. Pete.
    14. toffee44
      Err about three days ago, I keep coming on here for the raw threads and some of the fish ones so thought I better register proper and all that ;)
    15. cinnamontoast
      Hello! When did you pitch up?
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