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terça-feira, 21 de abril de 2009

Friends,
Bootiful
Honey had some bad news about her health. Let's go to her blog and give her all the kisses and strenght she needs!
We're with you, Honey!!



15 comentários:

Joey disse...

Hi Pipa. We've visited her blog and are thinking about her. Thanks for your nice post.

Your pals,
Joey and Zeke

Mason Dixie disse...

I have been by to see Honey and my paws are crossed for so many today.

Honey disse...

Thank you Pipa! You are a great pal, and so sweet to mention me in your site!
Mom just took me to swim a bit. I sat in the water, and it felt so cool on my fur.
Hope to visit you again soon!
Honey
www.supertrooperhoney.blogspot.com

Spencer disse...

Very sad news...we're going over to send some good vibes.

M&S

Paco....Milo and mom..Simona disse...

Dera Pipa...we're soooooooooo sad for Honey...
we've visited her blog now and our paws are crossed for her!!
Great post for Honey...you're very very special friends!!!!
Hope she feeling better soon!!!
Sweet kisses dear Pipa....

Chase disse...

Hi Pipa,

We visited Honey's blog today and let her know that she is in our thoughts. It was very nice of you to post about her. You are a great friend. :-)


Sniffs and licks,

Chase

Lorenza disse...

Hi, Pipa.
I am so sad to know about Honey's health. Paws crossed for her.
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Thor disse...

Hi Pipa,
This news are so sad :( I´ve visited her and my paws are crossed. Hope she feels better soon.

Love,
Thor

Suzuki disse...

I have been to visit Honey already. I have my paws crossed fur her.
Big licks to you
Suzuki
xxx

Honey the Great Dane disse...

Oh no - that is awful about Golden Honey!! I have popped over to leave some slobbers for her. Hope she feels a bit better after her new medicine...

About the bones - poor you, Pipa!! ow awful to get pancreatitis!

First of all, it is actually a bad idea to cook bones - it makes them very hard and brittle and crack easily, so they can splinter and get stuck in your throat or your bowels. So if your human wants to give you "real bones" - ask them not to cook it - have them raw.

Secondly, it is very common for dogs that are on commercial dog food to get diarrhoea when they eat raw bones because their stomachs and digestive systems cannot cope with both at the same time. Some dogs can manage but many get tummy troubles.

(This is why many people who try to feed raw fail - because they try a few raw things in the beginning, mixed with the conventional dry food and then the dog gets an upset tummy...The advice for people switching to raw is to stop the old food completely and try to fast (no food) for 1 day to clear the system and then start completely with only raw food. It is not a good idea to mix the 2 types).

But anyway, you don't have to eat a raw diet - that's fine - and so if you're on dry food, maybe it is too hard for your stomach to try raw bones as well. So perhaps it is better for you to stick with the bones sold in pet shops - these have usually been slowly baked for a long time. They will still help to clean your teeth! :-)

If you DO want to try raw bones, then perhaps you can ask the butcher (or your human) to cut off as much fat as possible. Or you can ask the butcher to cut out the middle section of a marrow bone for you (usually, the 2 ends have fat and cartilage stuck to them but the middle is usually clean).

Beware, though, that marrow bones have lots of delicious marrow in the middle which us dogs love but this is very rich and so can also give you diarrhoea! Maybe this is another reason you got diarrhoea? It is not bad for you but just very rich (like goose liver pate!) and so you can't have too much in one time.

Anyway, don't be afraid to try raw bones again - many dogs are on dry food but can also chew on raw bones - but don't worry if you can't have them either. I think as long as you are chewing something hard regularly, that is keeping your teeth clean and that is fine!

Good luck!
Slobbers,
Honey the Great Dane

Sara Alves disse...

opa... tb fiquei super triste qd vi...
parece que é algo bastante comun nos goldens n?
será da comida? da ração?? só têm químicos...
opa...

:(
vamos tentar com os ossos grandes tb... agora só falta perceber que ossos é que são!

será que o sr. do talho sabe???

Sara Alves disse...

Ahhh ia me esquecendo de pedir desculpa pela minha dona... bah...
como é que é possível deixar o telemóvel em casa a carregar!?!!? como???
e eu.. que perdi um encontro com a pipa... ai..

vou ao parque da paz hoje... tenho de ir pastar um bocado! Ando um pouco mal dos intestinos depois de ter comido mta madeira, um pouco de plastico, 4 empadas, metade de um pão de mafra e uma caixa de amendoas da pascoa... cof cof

vou ver se limpo o sistema com revinha fresca do parque da paz... a do skate park não é para mim, mto suja!

se puderes aparece! lambidelas Pu

Amber-Mae disse...

Hey Pipa! Thanks for letting us know. I will go visit her now. I hope it's not too bad of a news.

Smoochies,
Solid Gold Dancer

Homer disse...

Hi Pipa,

We just visited her blog and we are keeping our paws crossed for Honey.

Love,
Homer

aninhas disse...

hugs and kisses from kikos world