Wednesday, 21 November 2012
Thursday, 15 November 2012
“Last year I had a big problem with my Scotland Shepherd Baxter. I gave him food to eat and for the first time he didn’t want to eat. Considering he is really greedy I got worried and called the vet. He told me it wasn’t a problem and that the heat was probably affecting his appetite. I calmed down a little bit. But when I took him out for his morning walk I noticed that his urine was bloody.
I immediately took him to the vets where they told me he had been bitten by an infected tick and that they’d do everything they could to save him. They gave him an injection and after a few days he was better. But I could not realize how he got the tick when he had protection from fleas and ticks. I had used an ampoule on him about 15 days earlier. But obviously it hadn’t worked. Through recommendation I started using Pet Protector although I was still scared: how could I let him walk around without chemical protection, and with just a medallion around his neck? Well, this time obviously I was wrong. Baxter hasn’t had a single parasite since then, and I am peaceful and content now - finally.”
Melanie Higginson, Canada.
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Wednesday, 14 November 2012
|. . . but instead Burt told his owners all about Pet Protector and they|
sorted the problem Permanently; no more parasites, EVER Again!
|Ha, ha, haaaa - you've just got to love this one! anyway, we got him onto|
He's been much happier ever since!
You will be too,
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Tuesday, 13 November 2012
Wednesday, 31 October 2012
Tuesday, 30 October 2012
Autumnal Canaligans . . . Feeling somewhat unwell recently, but in need of some fresh air, I went for a walk along the Oxford Canal - camera in hand, and here are the results!
To be sure t'was a misty and murky autumn day on the Oxfordshire - Northants borders, but the pics didn't turn out toooo bad - I think!