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Our 14 and a half year old golden retriever has been given Elastin treats since I boSght some at a dog event recently. she loves them, they agree with her, they are easy to break in half, though size is great anyway, and our old dog seems much freer in her mobility.
So, I am ordering some more, This is quite a find – I love the naturalness of the product, too. Thank you so much.
Beautiful animals! How lucky your frined is to have you to catsit. We swap pet-sitting services with our neighbor, which is a major relief over using a kennel. We had a black cat (RIP Paco). He was much smarter than our pug, Zoe. A definite Garfield and Odie situation. Paco would clean Zoe’s face wrinkles daily Zoe always sat still enjoying the cleaning session, but with her ears back because she knew how the sessions usually ended with Paco giving her one slap on the face as if to say, Take that, you dirty dog. They got along great.That’s a wonderful little scene there Allison, thank you! I’ve always liked to think that when the lion lays down with the dog it’s a sign of a peaceful home. Even if it doesn’t always end well. Cats always seem smarted don’t they? Even when they’re really dumb. Our cat Hunter is tormented by Oliver, but very rarely gives him grief back. She’s made him yelp maybe twice in Oliver’s 3+ years (she was here first). Hunter is a pretty dumb cat, but she has way more experience so that’s something.
Hi can anyone give me some tips on the best way to administer Ulc30ex Plus …in feed which I have been doing or directly into mouth?
Only been using it since yesterday on my tb ex racer who suffers with ulcers.
She is worse than ever at the moment she is usually a sweetie but now really nasty, biting, kicking out..just not herself.
hi Alison I am now about to try this product on my mare, how did you get on with your ulc30ex? has it made a difference? many thanks