What’s the dog collar? What type as we were discussing this at the vet’s the other week. Any good? We used a leishmaniasis one a while ago and it was rubbish.
My Our cross setter/lab/spaniel/who knows? looked like me. Sort of raggy and taggy and lopsided
Pippa is like Adrian. Smiley and friendly and really doesn’t care about anyone at all.
The only one that seems to really work for us is Preventic. We tried the ridiculously expensive leishmaniasis one (he lady who sold to us lied about it and said it was good for everything), the result was fleas and tics. We also planted nasturtiums all around the edges of the garden and that made a huge difference.
Thanks, we’ve not tried that one. Scalibor was the one we used, I’m guessing that’s the same you had?
What racks me off with all the flea/tick meds is that they are effective against one thing for one month, something else for two, and another pesky for three. I want them to be effective against all of them for the same length of time.
This is the collar Pedo was talking about.
Plus, I don’t like doping my dog/s up their eyeballs in chemicals, so I try and only do it at flea/tick time. Lots and lots about ticks, chemicals, natural prevention and more on this post after Pippa had canine erlichiosis:
Thanks for the nasturtium tip. I like them anyway, so a packet of seeds will be bought and planted next time. Although the truth is, Pippa picks them up when he is out …
What a beautiful dog. I want one.
And he’s the nicest person anyone could ever meet. When we rescued him he was skin and bones. He’s daffy which probably made him an incompetent hunting dog which in turn probably led to him being dumped on the streets…
Well I’m glad he found a nice home. Cool story, it sounds somewhat Dickensian.
They are both beautiful photos, the dog with the background with the green and blue.
And yeah, he does look haughty. LOL
hehehe…I think Mike might be right.
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