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Ralph has just started rolling in what I thought was mud - until I got a whiff of something discusting!!! There was pooh all round his neck and collar so he had to go in the bath! Today he did the same, but I couldn't see any pooh - but he was we
This bird is so cute!!!!!!! And clever!
Do anybody of you use this grooming technique? I normally strip my P/S Standards all the old coat down together twice a year only with hands - no stripping knive - (sometimes I have also to strip the undercoat if too much - especially after winter) and
Does any one else's dog do this. It's quite funny to watch as Lola has jus started to do this. I think it's fox's poo, as my son's dog rolls in it aswell, it's not dog poo. Also anyone know what I can clean her with, I've been using baby wipes but I know
Could someone please help. I have a male terrier Spark. When i take him to the park and let him off leash, I'll sometimes catch him rolling in other dogs fecal matter. Why does he do that? More importantly, how can I get him to stop? Any help would be
On page 95 Mel says, "On my PBS TV program, I showed how to make a rolling composter out of an old, cleaned out oil drum". I'd love to see it. Anyone know where to find more info? The closest I can find is this instructable.