Hi friends, I've been mostly a lurker for quite a while. Maggie the rescue doodle is more comfortable with us and us with her. It's nearly three years now, and she's fit in. She still has her little issue, though, in that she eats any and everything that catches her eye. Here's my question: Does anyone know if licorice root mulch will hurt a dog who wants to munch it like lettuce? Frank lined our beds with it yesterday and mostly they're out front, but there are two beds with it in the back, and natch, Miss Maggie headed right for them and commenced grazing like a goat. What do you think? Anyone have any experience with this?
Also, I'm on a new laptop, and I've forgotten what I did to get rid of the popups on my old computer. There's an anti-pop-up program that one of you found. Can anyone please remind me what it is?
Hope everyone is having/has had lovely spring holidays. Ours is quiet, but a lovely day. I'll post more to catch up later. I have to go put together Easter baskets for later when my grown children come over and eat as much chocolate as 6 year olds!
I do get a kick out of all the doodle puppies and growing pictures and group shots. Hugs to all, Kit
that she can. That is followed by vomiting or the runs. So, I took a mesh muzzle a size or two larger and covered the front of it, just her nose sticks out. She can drink, pant and eat a treat that I ... more
Hmm. I will think about a soft muzzle. She hates the gentle leader so much that I'm not sure she'd go for it. So far, everything has come out the other end, TBTG. Including socks, several of them... more
Different house in PA, but still the cottage near the Delaware Bay. Maggie IS lovely, and it has saved her life on several occasions! She has two modes DH says, sleeping and in trouble. But she has... more
While licorice root mulch does not contain Theobromine, it does pose a serious obstruction risk. Many mulch varieties contain essential oils and resins that, in addition to the risk for obstruction,... more