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About PaulG

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  • Birthday 10/24/1967

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    Grew up on a farm in West Sussex, always been around dogs, horses, cattle, sheep, goats and even pigs. I have lived all around the Country from Lands End to John O'Groats. I have lived an interesting life, from being in a 4 million pound home to sleeping rough under a bridge. I have worked abroad and at home as a civilian specialist on attachment to a combat unit, Which messed me up some what physically and mentally. Been Married now Divorced. To me a house is not a home unless a dog is curled up some where waiting to trip you up.
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    Dogs, Horses, Fishing, Walking

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  1. aww damn just checked for you and most of the bones are nit availabe but you can get chickens fed raw the bones are ok if you feed the wings i recomend you snip the tips of teh wings off as that bone is sharp and pointed the link to them phone and see what they have also has the address https://www.facebook.com/pg/happyhoundswales2014/about/?ref=page_internal if you are really short i could let you have a bag of turkey necks i do have 3 right now you would just have to get Pontypridd with an ice box could also let you have some ribs as i have half a pack
  2. Happy Hounds Pet Food on facebook sell bags of half rib cages for a few quid, they probably an hour or so drive from you to collect, they also do delivery
  3. you do not say how she was was raised, if she was fed with a pack she could still have the puppy rush to eat or you loose it behaviour if she was not fed well same sort of thing You could look into one of thise slow eating bowls yu can get that have grooves and wierd shaes cut in sto they have to work at it to pick the food up from the bowl you can get them from ebay amazon and most big chain store pet shops as to counter surfing that is kind of a husky thing, just count yourself lucky she only surfs i have come home to look in the window and find my husky sitting in the kitchen sink so he could watch the world outside
  4. PaulG

    UK Storm Dennis

    Hope you all survived ok the storm was really bad This was my high street this morning https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-wales-51522195/storm-dennis-south-wales-under-water-as-floods-hit after the water dropped a big chunk of the shops i use have been flooded out Going to make buying fresh stuff hard but at least i had just had my monthly dog and human food order arrive and thankfully my power has not been taken out so freezer of dog food is safe
  5. Actor Kirk Douglas, a fixture of cinema for six decades, has died aged 103. The stage and screen actor was well-known for a range of roles, including the 1960 classic Spartacus, in which he played the titular character. Born in New York in 1916, he rose to prominence during Hollywood's "golden age", earning his first Oscar nomination for the 1949 boxing story Champion. He was also the father of Oscar-winning actor Michael Douglas. Michael said in a statement: "It is with tremendous sadness that my brothers and I announce that Kirk Douglas left us today." "To the world, he was a legend, an actor from the golden age of movies... but to me and my brothers Joel and Peter he was simply Dad," it read in part. Obituary: Kirk Douglas In pictures: Kirk Douglas at 100 BBC Arts: Three of Kirk Douglas's finest scenes "Let me end with the words I told him on his last birthday and which will always remain true. Dad - I love you so much and I am so proud to be your son." Kirk Douglas was prolific as a film actor, with more than 90 credits to his name - ranging over six decades from the 1940s to the 2000s. An icon who defied convention Analysis by Peter Bowes, BBC News, Los Angeles When I met Kirk Douglas in 2008 he was a sprightly 91. He talked about his advancing years and the impact a stroke, in 1996, had on his skills as an actor. "I couldn't talk at all," he told me. "So what does an actor do who can't talk? He waits for silent pictures to come back! That's corny joke," he chuckled. Douglas was particularly proud of his role in ending the Hollywood blacklist, when he defied the ban on working with filmmakers with alleged communist ties or sympathies. He said he drew on "the impulsive qualities of younger Kirk" in making his decision to give the blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo a screen credit under his own name for his work on Spartacus. We discussed his passion for working with young people. He had started writing a blog to encourage young Americans to vote in that year 's presidential election. Douglas and his wife donated millions of dollars to charitable causes and helped build hundreds of school playgrounds. He said their philosophy was; "Before you die, try to do something for other people." He is perhaps best-known as Spartacus, a Stanley Kubrick film which won four Oscars and was so popular that its iconic "I am Spartacus" scene entered the pop culture lexicon. Douglas was himself nominated for an Oscar three times - for Champion (1949), The Bad and the Beautiful (1952), and Lust for Life (1956). He eventually won the honorary award in 1996 in recognition of his 50 years in the industry.
  6. hope you all had a good christmas and a better new year been cancled on my end due to loosing my boy just before and going into hospital for my cancer treatment on teh 18th can not really celebrate anything with a hoohaa that looks like its been slammed ina car door or after just loosing aprt of the furry family But with luck in the new year things will look up, might even get around to looking for a new dog
  7. normal looking puppies can take months to decide on a true color at the pups age they are still developing so wouldnt worry until about 6 months next time you take pup in for vacinations get vet to have a quick look if you are really worried
  8. my dogs used to be fed on a dry food, they did lots of soft poops that filled two or three bags had stinky gassy butts bad breath and dirty stained teeth I then switched to raw food diet they have great coats do tiny poops that are like stones and do not smell much, i would guess that they digest 80% of what goes into them on the dry food i would guess most of what went in came back out. the farts do not really smell any more, no stinky breath teeth are clean I got a puppy last year and he has been fed raw from birth and is doing great
  9. They do make them i got one from Vodafone for my dog its cell bluetooth gps live updates. can be set so if dog leaves a marked area it sets off an alert to you. and can show where your dog is with an update every few seconds thats an image of my dog at the local dog park you can track fitness rest times play times etc with them like a fitbit
  10. I would leave it alone unless it becomes a problem, in all the years i have had dogs some have developed them only time they became a serious problem was after we had one removed. The dogs that were left alopne just had one or maybe two, the dogs that have them removed suddenly developed lots and lots and in some cases they were in places that involved serious surgery later It may be better now but i would leave it alone as much as you can for the most part it is just a bubble filled with fat cells, if they are loose and move its nothing to worry about. Probkem comes when they are attached to something
  11. time to put a chain on the gate as added backup glad they are ok
  12. PaulG

    Rip Louie

    Louie came to me as a rehome, was Uncle to most of the pups around me as he had such a gentle and tollaraunt boy. He developed a very fast growing agressive tumor, and was nearly 8 years old He helped me when i lost my Service dog was more than a pet or part of the family I could probably write more but this only just happened so I am not feeling too good as this came on me so fast as I am dealing with my own cancer Small update, Whilst we were at the vets and he was not well but he was still doing his awooing and the lay on his side and try to dig a hole He also sat up and happy smiled and let a young girl make a fuss of him couplenew pictures of him
  13. it was bad news Cancer and was untreatable
  14. ok 29th of november I had to go to the hospital got home late about 5:55pm as i was taking off my coat and thinking about the news i had had about my Cancer Treatment and Operation later this month I looked down and noticed my boys fur on his muzzle was sticking up like he had stuck his nise some where and had something in his fur Gave it a rub and it was not the fur but something under it and small Phoned Vet saturday and could not get into see them, Monday had him in and as shocked by how fast the small lump had grown Vet put him on Noroclav and Meloxidyl and he is booked in later today for an Op to see if its bad tooth or what Lump has gone down a little, he is eating fine (he will be getting a teeth ceaning at the same time) Still happy and smiling but I am worried about how fast it came up When i opened his mouth (that was a fight) he had a lump on the roof of his mouth, as well as teh swelling on his gum With my own cancer issues i am really worried about him I have attached a picture and i warn you it is gross
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