What's the Molly Moo decision?
Ed: Grow a pair!
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Wrong website. Have you tried DogBiscuit?
Hey Stan - She only ate human food if you don't mind. Morning omelette (cheese, one egg), lunchtime and evening e.g. fresh chicken with pasta and brocolli or fish (salmon was her favourite), occasional snacks and leftovers. However she was teetotal.
Grow a pair? Rikkor, are you suggesting some sort of Jurassic Park type cloning to bring her back? Remember, "Life will find a way!"
Ant, when the late, great Barney dog was just about to start his Chemo treatment, the vet advised us to up the Omega 3 in his diet and drop the amount of fibre.
Mr B had recently caught his very first salmon, so the big dog was fed on finest, line-caught Scottish salmon.
We were glad that the salmon went to good use.
Jeni - the other great fish is pilchards. Glenryck are about 70p/large can but you have to give them a good rinse as they are in brine.
Thanks Ant, we're introducing more fishy things into our remaining dog Piper's food, as apparently Lymphoma is common in Labs and an Omega3 rich diet can help prevent it.
He's such a fussy bugger though, so unLab-like in his eating, that we are having to offer him a full menu of options.
I think he's forgetting that he's supposed to be omnivorous.
I think today's archive page represents (formerly evil) Ed's thoughts on this matter - and is well thought-out and is very witty and an e-kick in the nuts to such nonsense.
After all if he agreed to such suggestions it could turn into a Diana-like news opportunity which could only result in a vastly increased readership and a clamour for his books based on some soppy sentimental animal-related tragedy and mis-representation of a story posted by an innocent submitter about his devoted but slightly daft BRITISH bulldog which turned into a cocker spaniel of unknown ethnic background, but the cocker spaniel was thought to lie around all day skiving off people and did not have a proper job, or if it did evaded taxes (or being in Surrey travelled in taxis) unlike the BRITISH bulldog which chased imaginary garden invaders (and in one case a large CHINESE imported firework) without any thought as to its own safety.
I volunteer this is the end of the Molly Moo matter. Although chat pages can continue to be jolly useful for passing on tips on canine nutrition especially in relation to beneficial fatty acids.
PS I've just mislaid my copy of the Daily mail - can someone PM me the paper's number.
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