October 20, 20140 found this helpful
Check your thrift stores for throws you can find them for a couple of dollars lots of styles & colors. Also for mounting I did the velcro thing & they just would not stay up so i did the hammer & nail. Then I found curtain rods at the thrift store the tension kind for a 1.00 beats 6.00 at Walmart. I have found that many times it's not something I need right now so I have time to find what I can use cheaply.
July 5, 20140 found this helpful
I keep a spray bottle by my chair well actually I have one in all my rooms then I spritz myself & the dogs. I also add ice cubes to their water bowl.
June 27, 20141 found this helpful
I have 2 dogs & I bush their teeth with the toothpaste from pet store as human toothpaste has something in it that is not good for them. I use the rubber finger and also a toothbrush. I have to get them to open wide enough to get behind the teeth so its a little work but if I had started when puppies they would have been fine with it. I also put their toothpaste on a chew bone nyla kind I keep outside on porch I dont know how much good it does but I do it sometimes.
June 2, 20140 found this helpful
Buy boric acid it is in the laundry section in the store. pour it around the hill & then in it use a funnel so you can get it right over the top of the nest. BTW cover yourself long gloves and pull nylons over your pants so the ants can't get into your clothing. Boric acid when the ants get it on them it drys them out and they return to the nest and other eat them. Beware that boric acid can harm other animals but in a cemetery... I dont think you have to worry much.
April 14, 20140 found this helpful
I purchased at Walmart/Target or any office supply store a cardboard that folds into 3 sections for 10.00. I use this to put all my puzzles together on. It allows me to fold over the whatever I don't use so I can put it on top of my entertainment unit. or I purchase the foam board for 1.00 at dollar store and use for puzzles.
April 24, 20131 found this helpful
I love vinegar and use it for everything, I have a spray bottle full. To remove a label, I simply wet the label good then I spray with vinegar. Let it sit for a few minutes. Remove the label, then respray the glue with vinegar and wipe.
August 23, 20110 found this helpful
I clip several together and place on my purse strap then when you go to the restroom at the store and want your bag close by in the handicap stall I use it to hang my purse on the handicap rail so I don't have to put on filthy floor.
When I was living in AL I had the same problem. What I did was I took the bloom that had fallen off, and peeled back the petals. Then I rubbed the inside of the bloom gently on the other blooms that were open. It has to do with them not getting pollinated. Hope this helps.
When we get a roasted chicken, we eat fresh from the chicken 1st night then I pick it clean and after I freeze the bones for stock. I shred it some for sandwiches. Then after a couple of days, I use the balance to make a chicken dish or I freeze it. Nary a bit goes to waste, and when I pick it clean I take all the grizzle off the ends of bones, and feed those to my dogs. The leftovers go to make shepherd's pie, enchiladas, chicken soup all kinds, or to add to chicken helper.
Don't know if it is bad, but I just shuck them. I put in freezer bags and freeze. They seem to be fine when I use them later.
July 27, 20110 found this helpful
My granddaughter has a poodle that has several large nasty hot spots the one on the paw was open down to bone. well they moved in with us and so her aunt has taken on the wounds she gave him 1/2 tablet of Benradryl morning and night which stopped the constant licking and then because the foot was really bad we had some keflex liquid antibiotic left from the granddaughter's tonsilectomy today 1 wk later the foot has healed no hair back yet but the bone is not showing and the hip is healed. we are now keeping him on Benadryl once each day, helps to keep him from itching it seems.
July 27, 20110 found this helpful
Try soaking it in hydrogen peroxide. May take several times.
Try vinegar. I use vinegar for all my cleaning and everything smells great and the vinegar odor leaves in just a few hours. Its' also like a germ killer.
1st take away all food then get plain yogurt and pumpkin mix 1 or 2 tsp of pumpkin to several tablespoons of yogurt mix and feed as often as you like the diarrhea will stop quickly. Then slowly introduce food along with the yogurt pumpkin mix.
Get plain yogurt and a can of pumpkin mix several tablespoons of yogurt and add a tsp or 2 of pumpkin to it. Give it to the dog multiple times a day. The squirts will go away.