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  • in reply to: Dog walking insurance #76894
    mugatea
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    it sounds to me like a young teen wanting to know if she can earn extra pocket money!

    in reply to: Dog walking insurance #76892
    mugatea
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    in reply to: Happy New Year #113544
    mugatea
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    Happy new year everyone!  Hopefully this year is generally better than last, but I doubt it!

    in reply to: teaching a dog not to be possesive #79955
    mugatea
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    Thanks for your reply!

    It’s a 2 year old westie, that gets very jealous.  For example if another dog goes to greet his owner it is not happy and will nip the dog and get kinda aggressive but he does generally get on great with other dogs and will happily play with them, unless the dog has a ball the he wants then he will bark and yelp in the dogs face and nip occasionally too, the same behaviour if dog has stick or even if a dog has found a spot to rub its back.

    So walking this westie is a real pain especially as one of the dogs is an english bull terrier who loves sticks and rubbing his back and the westie keeps barking at it, watching to see what it has and occasionally nipping the bullie.  The bullie is super tolerant of the westies behaviour and just ignores it but he could seriously wreck it if he got fed up.

    enough info?

    in reply to: Cooking a pigs head #88818
    mugatea
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    Ah….well the tube thing, I think is called the Esophagus, I wouldnt bother cutting it off.  Once cooked and cut up it looked and felt like pasta tortiglioni.

    Regarding the pig’s skull the butcher had already split the skull and I just had to prize it apart to get all the wholesome goodness of the brains…which were actually quite small considering how intelligent pigs are meant to be.  The jaw just comes away as you take off the meat no force needed.

    in reply to: Cooking a pigs head #88816
    mugatea
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    I made my pigs head recipe today…pretty gross stuff but got through it!

    You can check it out here! Homemade dog food recipe using a pigs head

    in reply to: Cooking a pigs head #88815
    mugatea
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    Hi Gracie!

    yeah, ruby loved it!  I didnt cut anything out.

    in reply to: Cooking a pigs head #88813
    mugatea
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    in reply to: Cooking a pigs head #88812
    mugatea
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    Ok I will!  I got my ‘plucks’ (lungs with heart, throat and tongue all attached as one big blob of meat) and my pigs head this morning, so I’m cooking my ‘plucks’ now and am taking photos of the process and will freeze in dog portion size amounts in freezer bags once its done.

    Tomorow I will do the pigs head.

    in reply to: Cooking a pigs head #88810
    mugatea
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    Well I’ve just bought a Large pot from ebay that’s 30.5cm wide and 27cm deep for £20!  Hope it’s big enough!!

    in reply to: dog looked like it was gonna faint then recovered. #88796
    mugatea
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    Thanks Val!  I’ll mention that to the owner.  Don’t think he’s taken her to vet but will find out for sure tomorow.  Could lack of fitness be a result?

    in reply to: Kobi isn’t fat after all! #88773
    mugatea
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    Hi!  Is Kobi a Lhasa? 

    in reply to: Walkies around Cardiff/Caerphilly #89209
    mugatea
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    Not sure if you can socialise a dog that’s 3 years old.  If I’m right, then the time to do it is in the classical conditioning period which is upto 16 weeks old.  Maybe someone can verify this!?

    Are you looking for someone to walk your dog in a group or just a group to meet up with?  Generally most regional areas have parks, areas which are attractive for dog walking.  I’d try there and get some local advice.

    in reply to: crufts 2012 #75555
    mugatea
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    just looks like a normal dog, wonder what makes it such a winner?

    in reply to: a new one for you all…. #75544
    mugatea
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    Oh, I had to think but I suppose when training her as a pup, one of the first things was the ‘paw’ cue.  So I’d say ‘paw’ and she’d get a treat.  Now if I have something she wants she gives me the paw whether I ask for it or not and she just places anywhere like my leg or foot or anything and look at you to say, “right I’ve given the paw now give me what i want”.  Me and bro call it the magic paw.

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