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good leaflet on poisons for dogs etc

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by tashi, Apr 3, 2008.


  1. tashi

    tashi PetForums VIP

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  2. Vixie

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    yes it worked, there are loads of things on there:eek::eek: good to know though
     
  3. AJ

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    ....don't even know what most of those are! :)
     
  4. Puppy Love

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    ajshep1984 thats just what I was thinking!!!!

    the plant names go right over my head.........

    Puppy Love x
     
  5. AJ

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    Me too, people always ask what plants we have in the garden and im just like "dunno, they looked nice at the garden centre so I got them!" :D
     
  6. Vixie

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    LOL I like your way of thinking, I dont know anything much about plants LOL
     
  7. AJ

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    Yeah they don't last long with the animals trampling all over them anyway! :(
     
  8. Vixie

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    I dont have any left in my garden at all, I just attempt to keep some grass there LOL
     
  9. AJ

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    haha, ive fenced off half the garden atm to get the grass started!

    dogs always seem to rip out the expensive plants first as if they know somehow!
     
  10. Vixie

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    those dogs are out to get you Alan i'm telling you LOL

    I have sectioned off my garden also but they have been let in there :(
     
  11. AJ

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    I've had to go ott on it cos Jayjay squezzed himself through a tiny gap and dug all the daffodils up! See I know one plant! :D
     
  12. Vixie

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    and you said you were no good at telling what the plants are :D:D I know what daisies and roses are LOL
     
  13. AJ

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    I know pansies too and a birch tree, think it ends there though! ;)
     
  14. sskmick

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    My little darling as a pup pulled up all the annual plants, even those in tubs. I had to replace the side border with Roses and place a small wooden fence round them, it didn't stop him, he used to jump over, now he just hops over.

    I had to re-landscape the back garden (good job really looking at the list of harmful plants). Its just a lawn now, well a mud bath with tufts of grass at the moment, a water feature in the bottom corner and wall baskets around the fence. It looks a right mess. I'll sort it this weekend.

    It does explain why Duke has skin problems. I thought it was the bio washing powder so I buy Fairy non-bio for his washing, towels, bedding etc.. just in case anyone was thinking I washed his smalls :)

    Sue
     
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