baseline neural therapy
I've started taking Willow running with me. It's mostly positive. Except when she ran into a field full of horses and started running circles round them barking loudly. Luckily they were pretty chilled horses.
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That very scene is taking place in my bedroom at present. Cat on bed. Dog on floor but desperate to be in bed with the cat. She’ll get distracted by her tail eventually
My farmer neighbour and his dog both got Lyme disease a couple of years ago - the dog almost died and is still a bit shonky, 2 years on. Norfolk is up there, with Wales and New Forest for ticks and preponderance of Lymes so I am deeply worried, given the amount of time we spend in the woods. I have used Fipronil since Hazel was a pup and fear growing resistance (which definitely happened with older iterations of Frontline). It is easy to see if humans have been infected by a tick bite, but dogs, less so...and it can be hard to diagnose, some weeks and months after the actual bite. I might have to dig deep, swallow my distaste for Bayer/Monsanto and buy their expensive (£35+) tick collar.We were in Wales last week. We were pulling about 6-10 ticks off Ted a day. I’ve never known anything like it.