It's a dogs life

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    "M" Total Gardener

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    Happiness is ...

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    ... when you simply cannot be asked! :heehee:

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      Well he has to take time out from such a hard life @"M" :snorky:
       
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        Of course! :dbgrtmb:
        I'm such a hard task master, me :lunapic 130165696578242 5:
         
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          Good morning all my friends ,the vet said that Penny has a touch of arthritis in her beck leg joint and she is a little on the tubby side by 2 kilos special food and Metcalm was the treatment,money is not an issue but I do get a little angry at what vets charge,just to see the vet £40,injection £20 Medine £32 ,did ask the vet what the cost of an X-ray would be if needed later on between £450-£600 anyway that is another story for another day,have a great day and please look after yourselves:smile:


          Hello I am just resting after taking my medicine :smile:
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            An idea for you @wiseowl. Perhaps you might consider a magnet for Penny should her arthritis progress. Many years ago both my daughter's dog and my own suffered badly from arthritis as they aged so we bought collars with magnets attached and they worked wonders. My own dog was limping badly with just one good leg and just a week or so after putting on the collar she was running around with the limp hardly noticeable. She wore the collar for three years until we lost her at 13 years old but it made such a difference to her getting about. :) Some people are sceptical about whether they work but a dog can't lie!

            That said my husband has arthritis and has been wearing one for 14 years which has been a great help to him. My late mother also had one. However some people find it doesn't work for them.

            A link for you to peruse....:)

            Bioflow For Dogs & Cats | Magnetic Dog & Cat Collars | Dog Bed | GWF Joint Aid
             
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              Good morning @Sheal my dear friend many thanks for your lovely post,I have an open mind about all things,and I shall certainly purchase a magnet for Penny and Mrs Woo,and I will let you know what results we get:smile:
               
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                @wiseowl - if you're buying for Mrs Woo I suggest the tighter fitting wristbands, they are very much like a watch strap and they are in contact with the wrist all the time. The bangles don't seem to work so well because they move about. :)
                 
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