Lick e lix!

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Re: Lick e lix!

Post by alanc » Fri Jan 25, 2019 7:14 pm

Poor Mouse. Not the best time of year to have a shaven neck. Tilly's fur has all regrown from her troubles back in May, but poor Tay from next door keeps on getting his neck shorn for more blood tests.

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Re: Lick e lix!

Post by Lilith » Sat Jan 26, 2019 2:35 pm

Oh poor Tay and Tilly, so undignified, glad Tilly's recovered her pelage. Mousey is snug enough tucked up on her furry heated pad though her britches are matted again despite her being shorthaired (but she bites me if I brush her for too long.) I've also ordered her some Gourmet soups as a change to hide the Lactulose in (shocking price but she's 17 and my darling - what else can I do lol?) :D

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Re: Lick e lix!

Post by fjm » Sat Jan 26, 2019 3:53 pm

Have you tried liver for constipation? It usually does the trick for my animals - too much so when I got a bit generous with the dried liver treats!

I must get some Lick-e-lix, although I am a bit reluctant to start any more traditions. It sometimes feels as if the canine and/or feline internal alarms go off every 15 minutes as it is - Get Up; Breakfast; Walk; Treats; Lap; More walking; More treats - and so on until they start mithering me to go to bed...

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