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    While I understand that there IS a serious side to this subject, can I just say...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Personally, my husband would love to have a dog who passes wind alot. It would take the emphasis off him all the time.
    ROFL your husband sounds like mine - Charlie seems to cop the blame alot for things I'm not sure he's done!!!!

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    Aw Masha, I am SO SORRY, but I just can't stop my figers typing...

    Girl has boyfriend come round for dinner, first time ever.
    Boyfriends sits at table, and 2 minutes into dinner, he has to fart. To his great joy, his girlfriend's father immediately tells the dog to get out from under the dining table.
    Boyfuriend thinks this is great, and continues to fart all through dinner whenever the need arises. The girl's father continues to tell the dog to get out from under the table.
    Finally, after a rip-roarer, the girl's father finally stands up and bawls "Look Shep, get out from under the bloody table before he kills you with those rippers!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
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    Fedra? said Aloe Vera is poisonous to dogs.

    It's one thing to smear a bit on a cut but I'm not sure I'd be feeding it to a dog. It's horribly bitter (I know from licking my own cuts - really should keep my fingers out of my mouth) and that usually means poisonous.

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    Though I'm not sure what Aloe juice is. I do know if you cut a piece off the cactus and squeeze it out for putting on cuts and mozzie bites - it is more like a gooey gel, a bit like fresh egg white - though taste dramatically different.
    LOL, not trying to poisen anyone!!! Aloe Vera Juice is in the drinks section of the supermarket, quite safe and really good for bone growth!
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    OMG that's made me laugh so hard that I can't stop snorting! Me needs a tissue to wipe the tears of laughter from my face!

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    Supercoat is good and I've had lovely results with it. But it does result in a rather large output from the other end. I know from talking to others that this os common...

    You can try changing dry food. If the super premium are out of your price range you can try Coprice. It's very good an affordable as well.

    And yes honey is awesome on wounds etc. But have a look for Manuka Honey - you can find it in the supermarket - as it is AMAZING. Great for any cuts or scratches on people or doggies. Just mind the licking, and not just the dogs will want to lick it off!! It really does minimise scarring very well.

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    Tah Shar Pei Rescue Victoria.

    I might have a look at it. What does it taste like? I only know what the cactus tastes like and it's way worse than lemons - bitter.

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    My cat takes the cake for farts. He was always waay worse than Terry and still is! They're always those evil silent ones too..

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    Not very common for Burke to fart but has done a noisy one for a full lap around me, but Pepper was farting audibly as a puppy, 11 years later very little has changed. Some even say she still looks 2 years old. She farts the same as when she was that age.

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    Ot but this reminds me. I was out at the club for some function or other and a man asked me to dance (a waltz hold one) There were not many on the dance floor. He did a silent but deadly one. He did not move us away from it. My eyes were crossing!

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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