Lodhainn \"A\" Litter details

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7 years 8 months ago #31897 by Brodie
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This is Fagus at two years of age, at a show a few weeks after mating

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7 years 8 months ago #31918 by Brollachan
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It would be nice to see a recent photo as he should be fully matured now. Nice looking dog.

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7 years 8 months ago #31923 by Brodie
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I hope to see him soon at a show & will take some pics & post them. Its nice to see them grow on. xx

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7 years 7 months ago #32052 by farnorth
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Hi john just a quick message to wish you the very best for Lichfield Canine Show at the weekend we hope you have lots of wonderful dogs to judge.

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7 years 7 months ago #32058 by Brodie
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Thanks both, I have a nice entry & are looking forward

thanks again

Wigsterxx:kiss:

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7 years 7 months ago #32742 by Brodie
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Some time ago a litter whelped, with a Gaelic names I'm told :whistle:
so off I go to take a look, there're really all quite bold :P
which one's for me, this one or that, which one shall it be :unsure:
decision made, by Bauchaille not me :)
and tomorrow he's ten years old :P
Happy Birthday to my G/G/Grandsire from Blaize, Wigster & the gang dh:)

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7 years 7 months ago #32749 by Joerg Yoki
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Brodie wrote: Some time ago a litter whelped, with a Gaelic names I'm told :whistle:
so off I go to take a look, there're really all quite bold :P
which one's for me, this one or that, which one shall it be :unsure:
decision made, by Bauchaille not me :)
and tomorrow he's ten years old :P
Happy Birthday to my G/G/Grandsire from Blaize, Wigster & the gang dh:)


Happy birthday and all the best.


Regards
Joerg and Yoki dh:)
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7 years 6 months ago - 7 years 6 months ago #33061 by Brodie
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bramble at Crufts 2011

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7 years 6 months ago - 7 years 4 months ago #33062 by Brodie
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Brodie wrote: bramble at Crufts 2011


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6 years 10 months ago #35726 by Brodie
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Bramble at Crufts 2011

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6 years 10 months ago #35728 by Brodie
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Bramble at Crufts 2011

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6 years 10 months ago #35729 by Brodie
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Blaize at Crufts 2011

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6 years 10 months ago #35730 by Brodie
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Blaize handled by John Francis in the ring at Crufts

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6 years 10 months ago #35732 by Brodie
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Happy second Birthday to the "A" Litter from Wigster & Blaize

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6 years 10 months ago #35744 by Joerg Yoki
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Hello John,

Thanks for load this very nice pictures here.

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6 years 8 months ago #36289 by ClairVee
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Hi John

Sorry been so long in responding. All busy down here in Sussex. I have attached a picture of Willow but new to this so not sure if it will work. She is a delight and a complete pain in the backside as only a deerhound can be.

I have sent you a message on the board in the hope of some help / advice re Willow.



Last November Willow developed a pain in her abdomen which was acute enough to cause her to go for both me and the vet (very uncharacteristic). Examination caused her to almost collapse he back end and appeared to have no strength. She had full X-rays of her hips, legs, abdomen, rear end and nothing could be found of a skeletal nature or any lumps etc. She was eating and toileting normally and there was no specific incident which I could point to which may have caused a problem - she does love to do laps and race around. The only recommendation was metacam and full rest for 3 weeks ( you can imagine how impressed she was about that!).

We are now 2 months on and although grooming or towelling off does not elicit the original acute response I have had a couple of occasions when I will be brushing her tummy to get rid of mud when I have had a warning from her. I do not want to tell her off for giving me a warning if there is something which is still causing her pain and my only option now appears to be an MMR scan.

Mum has had 4 deerhounds and never come accross this problem and after spending christmas with them she also thinks Willow is "not quite right"

Any ideas or suggestions would be most welcome! Someone suggested arnica - anyone had any experience of this??

Clair and Willow (2 years 2 months - spayed 9 months ago)

The vet ( who I do respect) has suggested that it could be a reflect from an old injury
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6 years 8 months ago #36294 by Brodie
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I have owned dogs since 1973 & never experienced anything similar to this with any of mine. In response to some of the points you have raised, these are my views.
My parents used 'arnica' externally for treating bruising as required but I have never used it on human or animals, I have never used 'metacam' either (I've been lucky with my dogs as they have had long healthy lives free from treatment).
As far as showing aggression to humans goes "it is not acceptable in my domain in any circumstances"
Sorry I don't seem much help, but there may be others who have greater knowledge than me on these subjects

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6 years 8 months ago #36295 by Lurch8252
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I am reading the above and have to agree with John on one point, please do not let her show you aggression, especially as you have a beautiful little girl there. My dog does not like his tummy or abdomen touched or brushed, he has given me 'the look' before and was swiftly 'put into his place'. I will touch him and brush him where I see fit, whether he likes it or not and we do have this understanding, he knows I am the boss.
If your vet has X rayed and this has proved inconclusive, then perhaps she just does not like being touched there either and if she has told you and the vet off for examining her in an area she does not like and this has gone unchecked then she perhaps feels it completely normal to do so in future.
Obviously I am not a vet and my advice is purely based on the aggression side of your points, if you feel she is ill, then perhaps you should pursue it.
I have a dog who has calcification of the discs in his spine, this has caused him great pain, but he does not show any aggression towards us, he is cuddly when he is poorly, on saying that he has been like a puppy for the last few weeks, having some good runs. He is 7 in May. He also has Metacam prescribed, but hasn't taken any since Mid December.
Sorry I can't be of help
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6 years 8 months ago #36302 by pat olik
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arnica is for brusing, more than pain, I have used it on my previous dogs , but you need to dose by weight, it takes 2-3 weeks to get into the system, I dont think I would recomended it on an illness of unknown origin,,
if it were my dog , that showed agression, I would shake her scruff and a stern "no!"
although lavender oil is laughed at, I think its a wonder , it reduces pain and inflamation when rubbed on externally in a carrier, say almond oil , at a rate of 10%
it will instantly soothe, and relax taught muscle, and goes deep in to inner organs too. , or, try it as a rinse, 10 drops in a bucket of warm water, brushed through the coat
I use it together with tea tree oil for any first aid, and I have never had a problem, also mauka honey, bee propilis, and royal jelly. , best wishes, and I hope your hound soon gets better,
Pat and grace

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6 years 8 months ago #36327 by Pascal
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Hello
I had excellent results with phytotherapy for chronic pain with my whippets
For 2 weeks:
Ribes : 1 drop/pound Twice a day
Euphorbia: 1 drop/pound One time/day
good luck
Pascal

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