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Hopefully this will help with Winston's shedding...

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you don't know shedding!
well, maybe you do, but you don't know shedding in your house right now like i do! MUAHAHAHA!
(or something.)

24th Jul 2006, 22:28

ookiine says:

Well, you got hardwood floors, so it collects together and looks massive. I got carpet and the color is the close has WInston's hair. Wear a black t-shirt and grab hold of Winston. You'll see what I mean!

I'm sure if you brushed Tesla on a regular basis you would be fine.

24th Jul 2006, 22:33

Uber_Spy says:

I need one of those things. I'm permanently malting. Now if I just had someone to comb my back.'The furminator'!! hehe..

25th Jul 2006, 20:40

ookiine says:

BRB. I have to vomit.

25th Jul 2006, 21:36

Uber_Spy says:

I'm offended. I scratch your back. You comb mine. And Winston's. Sharing is caring :P

25th Jul 2006, 22:15

ookiine says:

Not into hairy women... Hair on the head is ok.. But on the rest of the body, *shudders*.

25th Jul 2006, 23:08

silar31 says:

*facepalm*

I so wish you whould have said something before you bought that thing. It's a good tool - it works - but there are similar ones that are 1/3 the price and work just the same.

What are you feeding the little dude? Excessive shedding can be a sign of not enough EFA (essential fatty acid) in the food. Many foods do not have enough EFA because the cooking process destroys them.

30th Jul 2006, 18:08

ookiine says:

Been giving him olive oil and some tablets to help with the fatty acids & shedding.

30th Jul 2006, 21:36