We all have bad days. One of my wonder dogs – Aslan – has been having a lot lately.
She started chewing the fur off her tail and backside. So she and I had to resort to difficult means to shift her behavior. As you can tell from this image, she’s NOT happy with the shifts. The chewing HAS stopped ( gotta tell you, this alternative to that lamp shade kinda collar DOES WORK!).
So my question is this – what kind of desperate measures have you had to take to shift your harmful behavior (NOPE, no need to post the specifics here- i just invite you to hold them in your heart & mind)?
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Ahh….sweet Aslan is pissed! but i cant help but brainstorm….what lampshade could I find for myself 🙂 much love!
right you are, Rach ~ Aslan was MIGHTY UNhappy. thankfully, she’s MUCH healthier now. thanks & love ~
I feel so bad for your wonder dog Aslan, I have a pooch w/ similar itching issues, his are tied to seasonal allergies just like mine!
I know this thread is a little old, but …
I changed his food to this wonderful stuff that is all organic, natural and good for dog … it is called “WELLNESS” you can find a place to buy it in your area by searching their site here: http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/
This stuff is magical – my dog Charger’s coat is beautiful now, he’s not had the itches and loss of fur as he’s had his entire 12 year life (I wish I had known about this food sooner! He has been on Rx food from the VET and still had issues!)
You may want to give it a try … I’ve got my brothers 4 cocker spaniels, my son’s two dogs and anyone else that I can talk to trying this food – they end up sticking with it – Even my b00b00 dog Charger likes to eat his food now – before he could care less … now if the bowl is empty he lets me know 🙂
Another thing to ask your vet, is how much benadryl can you give Aslan, that also works for Charger when the allergies aggravate to extremes ~~~
Hugs to you!