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Parvo is a devastating illness for puppies. It sounds like your puppy may be past the worst of it. He will be sick and recovering for a week or two. Make sure he is drinking water and eating something (cat food is fine) Lots of attention helps a lot too. Should he begin vomiting on a regular basis, or if the diarrhea starts up again go see a new Vet. Some puppies take up to a month to get back to normal.
When both our kids had health issues, the vet recommended canned white meat chicken mixed with a little rice (we put a spoonful in front of them (not in the bowl) and both would slowly lick it off. Some dogs like it cold, some room temp. Just be very careful if you nuke it to let it cool to a non mouth burning temp before serving.
Perhaps someone at the vet's office will be kinder than he is and offer better food solutions. Our vet also sells a special food that one pup loved, the other hated. So maybe that would be an option. Good luck and prayers continue!!!
Thats the main thing. Thr vet didnt give me much advice in aftercare. He just called me and had me pick him up. Is there any food I coukd maybe give him to help him to start gaining weight? Hes eating a mix of cat food and dog food now.
I am with Attosa. Beagle Dalmation. Beautiful dog.
Her paws do not appear to be anyway the size of a Great
Dane puppy so I would tend to think you have a good all American mix.
These are usually healthy dogs and do not have the health problems that are so often associated with a pure bred.
If you wish to know for sure you can check on a DNA test kit as these are a lot less expensive now and can be purchased at most pet stores as well as many regular stores like Walmart, Lowe's, farm stores as well as online.
A puppy of that age requires special wormers only available thru your Vet. Anything else is very risky and could make him very sick. It is time for his parvo shots etc so see your Vet without delay.
I agree that 8 weeks is pretty young to be giving home remedies for any problem he may be having.
I live in north Texas I've been rooting them for over a month I was wondering if I should plant them now are wait til spring. Will they live inside
What a great idea. It saves paper & time. Thanks for sharing.
If it says E make sure the cord is all the way in and its turned the right way
Pushing in the connector Worked for me! Also, I have had good experiences with Biddeford customer service, they replaced my heated bed cover a few months ago under the 5 year warranty.
How did it go at the dermatologist? Im about tos Chrysler there also. Its my last hope other than the exstensive treatment online .
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I also found them on BOTH my children and husband but he thinks Im INSANE. They disappear because they change back into dust after you catch them. Watch closely under light and you will see. Look up Morgellons. The way to rid them is quite extensive and I, myself, have not started it.
Alls I know is.. Im irritable, not myself, and often have outbursts. My life has slowly been taken over by this stupid mechanism of science and I cant for the life of me figure it out.
I just want to cry.
Im in Massachusetts. If that helps any. Im on my way to alkalizing my body, essential oils, borax, DE, garlic, peroxide, epsom salt, and vitamins of many variety.
Hi ano this post is of just wanted to know if you ever got rid of those black things ??
We have a Schipperke cousin dog and the sizing is right, coloring also, but they have much more angular faces. Short jaws. They are very high strung and barky. Sweet, but high maintenance.
Keep posting back as he gets older. Did the vet have any insight? Hugs to the pup!!
Yes! Baby Enzo! He hasnt grown like I thought he would. Just a bit so far so Im not sure if hell be that big of a dog. I was hearing shipperke dogs? But doesnt seem like thats correct. Ill see in like 2 more months!
I remember this sweet baby! Enzo right???
I still think he has a lot of Belgian malinois in him. We know one and they look a lot alike!
Hope all is going well with you and your pup! Enjoy!!!
He looks like he has some Doberman in him.
Please let me know where you locate them! They are very sweet!! Blessings to your daughter!!
Hello, thank you for your detailed reply. My daughter goes to PLC in Sydney. They have a few different versions of that doll in a locked glass cabinet and I have always admired them. I thought it would be a great gift to get for my daughter. She currently has 2 other porcelain dolls that my mum has purchased for her as gifts and they are absolute treasures! However, it seems this PLC doll is extremely difficult to locate. I will keep searching and let you know how I go. Thanks again
We tried many of the other remedies without much luck. I'm sure different marker brands have slightly different formulas that can make a difference! Aloe Vera after-sun gel finally did the trick.
It sounds like time to bring in an electrician who specializes in boats. Perhaps your dock manager or fellow boaters have a name of someone who is trustworthy! Wishing you an easy solution!!
If youre having problems with the circuit breaker, it should be checked out. The water is especially hard on the boats electrical system. That being said, here is an article about the way to keep your system safe. www.boatingmag.com/
I only freeze them after blanching them. Freezing them unblanched always made them too watery for sauce. I would think it would mess with your cake batter unless you adjusted the liquid.
Please post your recipe! I adore a good spice cake and never heard of one with green tomatoes! Sounds amazing!!!
Yes, you can do this.
Hugs Cali from me! She is adorable!!!!
I see a little Terrier in the tail and face. Just a drop! Talk to your vet and see what he she thinks!
May you have many wonderful adventures together!!!
I think some kind of hound.
He might have had sudden heart failure due to his old age. The best person to ask is your vet.
You have my deepest condolences on the loss of your fur baby.
Just like humans, sometimes you never know what causes them to pass suddenly.
You could ask his vet for input, but I find it more helpful to focus on the good life you an your pup shared. It is so hard no matter what, to lose a fur baby, but hopefully you can find comfort in your memories and know that you gave your pup a wonderful life!
Birds know when eggs are not going to hatch, which sounds like what you are seeing. They were probably trying to peck them out of their space.
Finches typically hatch after 16 days at the latest. Sadly these are infertile. Hopefully they'll try again and you will have feather babies!! So sorry!! Mother nature is cruel sometimes!
30 days is a long time ago. They are infertile. Dispose of them.
Butterflying a Chicken
Make sure you have a poultry shears
You have to cut down the middle of the back. You need to break the spine so that it lies flat.
Easier for me to show rather than tell:
Boy do I wish YouTube had been around when I first was learning to cook on my own. The old cookbooks weren't easy for me to follow!
The ones I saw on eBay had marble tops.
Do you have a picture? I only know of leather tops and white marble. Are you asking what kind of marble? An antique dealer would be able to tell you...but since these were low to mid price items new, I am guessing it is just a basic what I call a carrara marble. Which is the whitish gray with black veins. The ones in the house I grew up in had some vaguely yellow tinges also.
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These dolls are mass-produced and decrease in value. They are usually it worth more than $25
I am not sure why this is your responsibility if you rent. Notify your landlord.
Yikes! Was the handyman a certified electrician? If not, I would call in a professional electrician to look at things. There may be a an easy fix. Good luck!
PS. Normally I would say to have the handyman make things right by you, but since it sounds like he had no clue, I would not want him back to touch anything! Oh my!!
You may have that part of the breaker faulty. It should only be replaced by a qualified electrician
This sounds like a wiring issue, which unless you are super handy is always best left to a professional electrician to look at. Safely first with electricity!! Let me know what you find out!
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Who renovated the home? If you had it inspected before you bought it, the electrical issue should have been caught. If not, you should go to the lawyer who handled the real estate transaction. The seller should sell you a home in good working condition.
I know two houses that have had serious fires from diy electrical projects. It sounds like you have a serious issue. Spend the money and get it fixed right. Electricity is not something to mess with. Yes, $200 is expensive, but sometimes safely has to come first! Let me know what they say. Good luck!!!!
Thank you for your comment ill give that a go cheers
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unfortunately sometimes the only way is to have a vet apply anesthetic and treat
This was bugging me as my thinking it was a bed warmer was the flat bottom. I have sold both and the rule I was taught was crumbers always had feet and usually had the little brush or scraper. No feet, smooth bottom and it was a warmer. The handle size was irrelevant... women used long, men short.
eBay's blog votes with cybergrannie and crumber and they say it is primarily in the handle length:
Not only did I learn something new, but I am surprised I got good feedback on the warmers I sold that were crumbers. I guess the buyers liked the look and that was all that mattered. Wow! Sadly my teacher is no longer with us...so I can't debate it with him.
No matter what it is a neat-o find!!!
It is possible that you have a bed warmer but probably not.
I still believe this to be a "silent butler".
My reasons may or may not be correct.
I had a beautiful antique bed warmer and had it appraised because the listings that I found were very confusing - just as now.
A well known appraiser stated this subject was confusing to most people and most did not know the difference between a bed warmer and a silent butler or ash collector - so most of them tended to list an item at whatever they happened to see others listing.
He stated that a bed warmer had a long handle as it was used to slide up and down the bed (under the covers) to warm the bed before it was used. Most older bed warmers had a perforated top so the heat could escape but that changed to solid tops later on. Most bed warmers were brass, copper or tin.
He said there was also something called a "foot warmer" that had no handles and was placed at the foot of the bed.
Here is a link that he furnished that has a lot of information about bed warmers.
I believe that many of the sellers with listings on eBay and other sites think the short handle similar containers are bed warmers so that is how they list them.
Here is one listing that tends to try to catch anyone looking for a bed warmer or a silent butler (but it is a silent butler).
Most silent butlers were made of silver plate or silver but some were more decorative and were made of other materials.
Here is a link to listings for "silent butler" on eBay but you will not find any long handled bed warmers here.
Here are your images for silent butler on Google.
My guess is a crumb butler, judging by its size relative to the sticker. The decorative knob by the handle is so that it could be opened with the flip of a thumb, leaving the other hand free for sweeping crumbs, ashes, etc., off the table.
Does it have a silver mark on it or is it plated?
I am surprised the plated ones are all unsold at the moment on ebay (although it is just now getting to be bed warmer weather). Here is a link with all the unsold ones--with asking prices all over the place:
If it is real silver, it may be of more value as scrap. Silver values are low at the moment, so if it is silver, hold on to it and watch the market would me my suggestion!!
It is a neat-o piece!! I am looking forward to learning more.
I think you are right about the bed warmer.
That is what I was thinking too, except the dish appears to be made of silver. I don't think the silver would do well over an open flame. It also doesn't any holes for steam to escape, as you would see in a popcorn popper or chestnut roaster.
I wonder if it is a serving container for something that would be extended for the guest to remove something (cigars, appetizers?). I did some searching and didn't find anything that resembled it easily.
Maybe take it into an antique shop in a larger city and see if they have any ideas.
It's a beautiful and interesting piece. I hope you enjoy it.
Madfaye2, a million thank you's for your advice. I colored my hair tonight in my just remodeled master bath. Was extremely careful and then...... Ugh ! 3 dark brown stains on my light grey new cabinets. The oxy clean did the trick. Im so appreciative of your post. What a relief!
Black pets are absolutely the most beautiful! I started with a black kitty & now have a black Lab-Chow mix dog. Both were rescues.
Judy is right. It is a state law that you have hot water, a working stove, fridge, etc. It is a violation of the Landlord Tenant Act that they deny you any of these services. You can actually withhold rent if they continue. Call them immediately.
I would use Cool Whip or make whipping cream. It should work the same.
I have never seen the box of cream. What is it and where do I look for it?
Ballard was a tradition especially in The South and especially during the holidays. A good marketing idea for Martha White would be to bring it back for a Holiday Limited Edition and maybe focus the marketing and distribution in the previous strong Ballard sales areas. Think of all the good public relations Martha White could get out of doing this.
I live in Dayton. Ohio.
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I like the suggestion Pghgirl40 gave you. I would suggest you choose the option that best fits your personality. Are you a high-energy, thrill-loving person or do you enjoy more low-key, scenic type activities? Whatever you choose, I hope you have lots of fun and many memory-making moments.
Thank you! You have my condolences on your loss also. They just take a huge piece of your heart with them when the cross the rainbow bridge :(
I miss my girl every day. She was my first child and I love her now as much as ever!!
This was my baby when she was a puppy! She (posthumously) won a contest on this site (Thrifty Fun). I always new she was a beauty queen!! www.thriftyfun.com/
I will say lots of prayers that your pup and his pup brother learn to love each other and that the marking stops. Sometimes time is the best solution for all things pup!
I'm so very sorry for your loss by the way I've had a very devastating loss myself I lost a chihuahua that was very dear to my heart she was with me for 12 years and she passed last year it's very sad to lose a best friend
Lizzyanny Thanks for answering my question I hope there's not any kind of urinary tract infection he seems healthy but I'll get him checked just in case as far as I know there's no threat our nearest neighbors are miles away but I think it has a lot to do with our other male dog. I think maybe he feels like needs to mark his territory because there's another male thanks for the response I've gotten a lot of helpful answers here
Judy thank you for answering my question I believe you're right I do have another male dog so maybe he feels like he has to mark his territory because there's another male present. Thank you for the good idea I'll definitely try the enzyme cleaner
Pghgirl40 Thank you so much I plan on taking him outside more often and I've been reading on some things that may help. I think it has a lot to do with my other male dog I think maybe he feels like he has to mark his territory because there is another male dog present. Lol Don't worry I love my fur babies very much they're like my children so rubbing his nose in it and spanking him is out of the question I don't have the heart to do that sort of thing. I thank you for your kind response to my question I appreciate it
So I did a bit more digging and found one (NOT AN EXACT MATCH SO IT ONLY TELLS ME SOME HISTORY...which you knew meaning Italian made) on eBay unsold in the $32 range:
And I found some being sold on Worthpoint. which I still can't get my membership to function correctly...I like the Worthpoint site because it often gives bits of history with items:
Again NONE of these are exact matches to yours and their starting prices are all over the place. If you have the patience to keep chcking back to these two sites you may find an exact match which will give you her exact value if she sells.
If you want to sell her now and be done with it....
If you are game for it (you will have to pay for the reserve fee), I would list it on eBay in a 7 day auction with a $100 reserve, but start it at $19.99. If it doesn't get any bids or doesn't meet the reserve you can learn the price point that way. If it sells, then that will be the current market value.
Then if it doesn't sell the first time, you can come back and list it for a 30 day fixed price auction with the BEST offer feature and meeting the middle at 50.00. Be sure to wrap and weigh her and measure the box size so you can put all of that in eBay's postage calculator. Never let eBay do the postage calculation for you. It is always wrong. Dolls must be wrapped very carefully in bubble wrap, cardboard around all ceramic parts and then not touching any side of the box and heavily padded to keep it from breaking.
An easier option if that sounds too much is to try her on Facebook Marketplace or Craigs List or Let Go. Then you have to have people come to your house.
An antique or dealer or consignment ship may buy outright or sell for you but you will get the least amount of money for her.
Thank you! I hope you find something on this doll. I know literally nothing about dolls! I'm simply trying to clear out my basement!
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The Pfaff synchrotronic 1229 is a very sophisticated machine and has a lot of very intricate "workings" so if you are not sure about what to do you should find a Pfaff professional and have your machine serviced. They will fix this problem during the servicing of your machine.
NEVER MIX BLEACH WITH VINEGAR! It produces a toxic fume- chlorine gas. It can seriously harm you.
Don't mistake hedge apples for crabapples. Hedge apples are the size of a softball. Crabapples are the size of a golf ball and will rot and actually attract ants and fruit flies.
I'm not sure but I believe you may have misunderstood what the recipe called for.
Love this last part!
thanks for your help i will see what i can find out.
thanks for your help.
Would it be possible to share how this tape measure costume was made. My grandson wants to be a tape measure for Halloween and we can't quite figure out how it was made. Thank you!
Need to know when the truck is going to be in my neighborhood 11208
While I know my state's sites better than yours, we do have family in NC and they suggested checking out the following sites:
There is going to be a lot of challenges now as so many had issues from the recent hurricanes, so it sounds like resources are strapped and people are having long waits for things.
Roofing assistance is always a challenge as it is expensive and needs skilled workers...and with the storm damage finding help may be a challenge.
You can also check with your church or religious organization, the local Rotary, Kiawainas, and such.
Will send up lots of prayers that that you and your mom can find a solution.
Just one last suggestion...perhaps a Go Fund Me account would help you raise money to hire and pay for the repairs. People can be quite generous if they know you are in need. Wishing you all the best! Prayers for all!
I understand the fence sitting on this one. I do a portion of my ThriftyFun work in front of the television at night, either binge watching a favorite show or listening to the local news. But, there are certainly times when I realize that I have been watching and not working for too long. I think, like most frugal tips, it depends on the person.
I'd put the smartphone as another thief of time. I try not to take it out when with other people but there always seems to be an alert or message that makes you check it. But, the smartphone can save you time and money with all it's different organizing apps. You just need to keep a balance.
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Thanks, Catherine! Will try the wood ashes--have some handy from the backyard firepit. Never heard that lilacs are so finicky with being replacement planted, have heard that one about roses, though. Will give it the ashes & then wait until spring next yr. but if I still don't see any new growth, I'll move it somewhere else & look for something else to plant there.
Let me know what you decide. If you do the selling route, I am happy to give you some hints and tips! Take care!
Thanks for the information
Ramie is not cotton. It is made from the fiber of the Chinese Nettle and is similar to linen.
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I'm a crusty old bachelor, and inherited a house with twin beds and (my) double bed. I have only a modest hall linen closet (like a lot of folks-I know.) I put off changing sheets because of just this problem (OK-and also, because, here in the US-unlike the UK-we don't have those nice duvet covers that zip on three sides, so we have to wrestle to get them on.
I heard that in my college Logistics course but wasnt able to find it until now. THANKS!!!!
I have used a tablespoon spoon of baking soda made into a paste with a few drops of warm water and rub it on with a white cloth and usually works to remove the residue and bring back the shine. Try it I an unobtrusive spot first as I don't know if your wood had a veneer like mine did. Good luck!!