Who’s a smoochie puppy then?
So – vet check up today – William’s boosters were due too – so we all went – Rachel is amazing with them – how many vet consultations have you had that take place on the floor at dog level!
Rachel was really pleased with the progress that Alf has made these past 2 months. He has put on weight – his coat looks amazing – his teeth are cleaner – he is standing up sooo big and tall – – and – – he is interacting with others. He is so keen to learn and get involved – and is responding to the outside world – bless him – he is trying sooo hard.
Because of his start in life Alfie has a special type of worming tablet- and he has to have one every month instead of the normal 6 or 12 months. All puppies are born with worms – but – because of our treatments in the UK they are blasted out of the dogs system in the first 12 months and you just have to keep it topped up. Alfie has not had this and we have to take extra care for the next few years.
The same thing applies to his other parasite regime. Normally a dose of Frontline every 4 – 6 weeks will take take care of this – but because of his street life Alfie has a mite problem. We use advocate – a stronger, slightly different formula than normal that includes a chemical to control mites. Apparently they will be there even though we can’t see them – and they are a bad thing!
I am so proud of him and the progress he has made is such a short time