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Hi this is a bit of a long shot but i had a chance meeting with someone very briefly but I did'nt quite catch his name I know it was a welsh pronounciation & sounded something like gwth I'd like to...
Hi About 8 pm yesterday my three year old springer spaniel ate about four small loom band charms off my table. Hubby was sat in the room but didn't notice her. She is as bright as a button this...
My dog has had her health check today and the vet had to shave an area of her neck to get a blood sample. Now she wont stop scratching. The area is red and irritated and i want to know what to put on...
Does anyone know if it is possible to get a garden "composter" for dog mess rather than put it in plastic bags?...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQbUdWQjMCQ I'm a meat/fish eater but isn't this not as bad but slightly the same as taking a child to an abattoir? I've seen in many countries where...
I have a two year old Lab/Springer who is always eating grass,should I be concerned,or is it a harmless fad...it dosnt seem to do him any harm.
Why do so many parents allow (and encourage) their children to scare and chase pigeons? "Vermin" or not, I really don't understand why anyone would show their children that it's okay to be cruel to...
Hen has a scruffy bum and slight redness around vent. Fairly normal level of activity and eating/drinking. No signs of lice. Have been feeding live yogurt. Any other suggestions?...
Sorry to post this in a section mostly about preserving animal welfare but I don't know where else to post. I have a fairly bad clothes moth infestation and I've been through several different...
Sally was bitten near her rib cage the other day by another dog. It is healing,but still a bit open. Is there any problem putting a spot on treatment on her now,or should I wait until the injury is...
has anyone got any experience of introducing a new kitten to an already resident cat? we got our new kitten last Saturday and she is adorable. we did put her in a cage as advised by the rescue centre...
Does anyone have the best solution on dealing with moles.I have tried various things including the trap but they seem to dig either side of the trap & miss it, or a stone flies into the trap before...
Just noticed that there are no swifts swirling around as they have been, will the suddenly cool weather have fooled them into going home early?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-28837418 At least she was found....
I've just seen something to make me feel indescribably sad, although it's nature. A few days ago, a bee must have been gathering pollen from our lavender bush, when it brushed into a spider's web....
Cats - The legal issues of trespass and fouling What is the law relating to cats fouling? There are no specific laws which relate to cats and fouling. The law of trespass The law relating to the...
For a number of years now, I have had a lavender hedge in my front garden. I planted it primarily to feed the bees and other insects, and to be able to gather a little of the lavender for bags. My...
If you live in that neck of the woods you may already have heard of this. http://www.guidedogs.org.uk/news/2014/august/please-help-us-find-tess-the-missing-guide-dog/#.U-4hQsW-3K4...
Imagine coming home with your shopping and your cat greeting you like this. I think that this cat is actually a dog in disguise. Mega cute.
http://lite.wildearth.tv/djuma-waterhole/...

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