Search found 6664 matches
Hey everyone and thank you for your wishes He's doing absolutely grand, definitely more himself. He's eating his normal food too. Saw Roman (our vet) yesterday and he removed his stitches. He's very pleased with Benny's progress and his wound is lovely and neat and tidy. Here's our boy having cuddle...
Gosh, that sounds awful Spreckly! Glad that you and hubby are keeping well though. My back is terrible at the moment what with packing up the house and lugging stuff around. The next 3 days will be dreadful but come Sunday I will be able to relax a bit until the next weekend's (hopefully) final mov...
Bev and Jemberelli - all the best for youor backs. They are an absolute bind, aren't they. OH and I both have problems, but with massive care, we have managed to keep out of bed rest for a few years. We are OK, thanks Bev. So good to see you posting again. One of my daughters in law, nurses on card...
They feel fine and can so NO reason, whatsoever, for all this lead walking and crating lark. Good Luck Bev. Sorry Wendy, I don't understand what you mean? He seems fine with his crate, hasn't wimpered or anything so we've no reason to think he doesn't like it. Whenever we aren't with him, he is to ...
Thanks everyone He's much more himself today, but still very off his food which is so not like Benny (normally), but he goes like this after GA/sedation. Offered him a poached egg, no, offered him some mackerel, no. Bless him. At least today he's smacking his lips whereas yesterday he just turned aw...
Down the LaneRegular entries focusing on Nature in the Garden and beyond
Click here to go there
•Drink & Food Feeders
•Health & Wellbeing
•Red Mite Products
Over 400 Breeders across the UK now listed.. Chicken Breeders & Other Poultry UK Pages