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Post by dizzylynn on Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:21 pm

As you noticed got 2 new babys, now charlie was wee bit older so he gradually started his veg week after we got him, but with these 2 little ones there younger and I want them to be ready for veg, there both little sweet hearts, will wait till they settle in here and get them used to us and the dogs then start adding veg.
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Post by icedancer on Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:37 pm

Florence had veg at 12 weeks. She had a bit of grass before that, but nothing else.

She then got a few sticky poos when I first started them with her, but since having Pro-C in her water she's been fine.

They are two beautiful babies. What dogs have you got?
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Post by dizzylynn on Sat Nov 26, 2011 8:26 pm

I have a westie bonnie and a cross bess, bess is 6 years old rescue but I got bonnie 7 months ago as a pup from a breeder, I waited 17 years to get her wanted one for a long time.

The babys are about 12 weeks old, their small but mum is a mini rex and the dad wasnt a big boy just sookie likes people lol
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