No heat cycle at 17 months :(

Discussion in 'Labrador breeding & genetics' started by Timtam, Jul 1, 2015.

  1. snowbunny

    snowbunny Registered Users

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    Wowzers. I worry about mine catching a marmot and get bitten on the nose - never going to happen, but that's about the worst of it here. Unless you bump into a wild boar or a bear, but that's even less likely than them catching a marmot! :)
     
  2. Timtam

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    Yer it's like Oberon said! They have no fear come up to the house to drink the pool water if the creek is dry, and are constNtly all over our drive way. We are on 10 acres and surrounded by bush so that why we have so many. They also carry the paralysis tick and they are fatal to the dogs :( but kangaroos I can cope with! It's the snakes I cannt! Do you have a problem with snakes Oberon? We have mostly browns and lots of really big carpets.

    Any way has only one has luck with using natural vitamin E?
     
  3. JulieT

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    Hello! Welcome to the forum.

    Kangeroos sound scary. Snakes even worse. :(

    Still, an angry Womble is a sight to behold....
     
  4. Dexter

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    Good grief I can imagine!

    I'm viewing cute 'Skippy The Bush Kangaroo' in a slightly different way after reading this thread....

    I can't help with your vitamin E question....do you mean topical application or for the dog to ingest?......or,surely not a method to deal with Killer Kangaroos? x
     
  5. Oberon

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    Skippy was a deadly killer. No, just kidding.... ;) That was filmed near where I grew up.

    We don't have a big snake problem but we definitely see a few browns each summer (I'm in Canberra these days). Always gives me a near heart attack.

    Do you mean vitamin E for snake bite? I don't think that works, unfortunately....
     
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