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It's raining outside so I'll just lie here and have a nap.
9th Apr 2007, 14:41   | tags:,,

nige says:

heee. thats great.

9th Apr 2007, 14:48

He wraps himself up like that..

Terrier mentality, has to be under something..

9th Apr 2007, 14:49

JokerXL says:

Aw, sweetie.

9th Apr 2007, 15:01

Twiglet says:

Raining?? Should've come down here, it's fine. AND I think your heroes are playing just over the river. We were in Fulham this morning....Definitely something going on.

Borris is a babe...

9th Apr 2007, 15:20

We are playing Fulham today..

It has been lovely here all weekend, even this morning but in the past couple of hours it has clouded over and started to drizzle :(

9th Apr 2007, 15:30

hildegard says:

Aw, butter wouldn't melt...

9th Apr 2007, 15:34

SWMBO says:

I don't think he is feeling very well as he is a tad smelly, which isn't the norm for him.

9th Apr 2007, 17:52

FilbertFox says:

i want Borris

9th Apr 2007, 18:02

Sprocket says:

awww, that's so sweet.

9th Apr 2007, 18:08

silar31 says:

Adorable, and Bandit know just how he feels - it's still impossibly cold here and we're due for more snow this week, so Bandit spends lots of time under his blanket.

If Borris is having gas and it's making him feel poorly, if you have Brach's Canada Mints there, get a bag of the pink ones and give him 1/2 of one if he'll eat it. If he wont take it that way, mash it up and give it to him in his water or food. It will help him move the gas - he'll be quite windy for a bit but he'll feel a lot better.

10th Apr 2007, 01:47

SWMBO says:

FF, you can't have him, I love him too much to let him go.

Silar, thanks for the tip, I don't think we have them over here but he seems to have blown through it now!

10th Apr 2007, 09:20

silar31 says:

SWMBO, no problem. My little beagle JennyB suffers occasional bouts with colitis so I've learned what works to help her through it without loading her up with drugs. Anything with natural peppermint is good for gas pains - I've just found that the Canada Mints are something most dogs will happily chew as a treat. Anything with natural ginger is good for nausea, and papaya is also good to soothe the whole digestive system. Pumpkin or butternut squash is helpful for normalizing intestinal function. Fortunately, most dogs will happily eat all of these and regard them as treats.

10th Apr 2007, 16:11

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