Not really an option due to her extreme sensitivity to medications in general and the fact that she's personally resistant to taking any med that isn't a matter of life and death.PHPaul, has your wife tried or considered allergy shots? I used to have numerous and very bad allergies. I saw an allergist and took shots for 2 years. The only allergy that did not respond to the shots, for me, was to cats. The others were either completely eliminated or greatly reduced.
Something to think about.
I think so. It belongs to my wifes friend, and was tagged to her face book account ours hasn't been that crazy. He did drop a squirrel in my wifes lap a couple weeks ago For some reason, my wife didn't appreciate it all that much oh, did I mention that it was still alive!! It went from quiet and peaceful, too bat s@@@ crazy in about two seconds flat. At least the squirrel ran back outside into the sun room. I just snatched the dogs, propped the door open outside and let it go on it's way. I have to do an inspection now to make sure it's actually a toy he is carrying before letting him insideIs that a WHOLE package of red licorice I see
We have a dachshund that will come in with his hole face muddy He'll dig toads and crawdads in the back yard. I need to post a video the next time a crawfish get's the better of him. He'll get really close to the crawfish barking, then the crawfish will reach out and tweak his nose This will go on for hours, with the dog getting madder and maddergetting ready to prime window trim for paint. got out the necessities, went to mix up the primer, returned, to find the cat had other plans.
our skeeter (rip) loved to bury bones to find them later, sometimes the right consistency of clay soil and moisture resulted in rhino-dawg (zoom in the the nose if necessary).