Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Sarah.D, Jul 22, 2011.
Yikes! IAMS is sold in a lot of vets here - not mine fortunately and I have never used it either.
//"Plus he's so black you just cannot see him in the dark, little tinker would be standing near me looking at the stars or whatever."//
We got one of these for nighttime outings:
http://www.amazon.com/Ethical-Pet-4...d=1342846524&sr=8-1&keywords=flashing dog tag
A blinking dog tag!! We clip it on for night times. Even though Buddy's white fur just about glows in the dark, on moonless nights or if he's very far away, he's hard to see, too!
We had bought a blinking collar, but, his fur covered it!
That's priceless, the blinking collar is covered by Buddy's fur!
I have a blinking collar for Ra Kismet when he goes for walks at night as coming up on people they just cannot see him. I walk him more after dark when it's stinking hot here, side walks too hot for paws, together with sun too hot for dog or human, it's 'after dark' walkies time. Will get a tag for him to wear outside - great idea thank you
Only 'problem' which may occur - he get's so muddy coz he play's soccer which is why he hasn't been wearing a collar when outside in the garden playing. He gets MUD in ever conceivable place and a few places you wouldn't think off too
How lovely, Buddy's fur glows in the moonlight, that must look so pretty
Zeus can be seen in the dark but if it's early morning and misty (rare in Adelaide) he 'disappears' completely
Shivon disappears completely in the dark but her paws are white at the back, so it looks like she has tail lights I have a blinking light like that for Shivon.
Shivon must look so cute Am getting one for Ra Kismet, he doesn't even have 'tail lights' he just 'vanishes
Both of my big dogs are black and the night just swallows them up...blinking tags were the plan but Ayla's hair is too long...LOL
And belated - 7 pages later welcome to Yuma & Sarah!
LOL shouldn't have that problem with Ra Kismet, but covered in MUD may be a problem LOL coz he's a mudlark
Hi, instead of the crate, i tie my pup to the side of the bed and give her a big (old) fluffy comforter to sleep on. that way if she barks you can drop a hand over the side of the bed and comfort him. he is probably lonesome. my dog hates the crate and i finally tried glopping peanut butter all over one of the KONG toys and put it in there. what a difference. i don't have to drag her in and she is still loud when we come home. but not hysterical like she was. jeannie
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