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Old 10-03-2019, 09:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Evening all,

As many will know, our Judy (who is now 10 ears young) suffers with the dreaded ED, she's also becoming noticably stiffer generally these days.

I was talking with a fella on a walk recently who has a couple of dogs he used for shoots who are about the same age. They are also "a bit doddery" these days. He was swearing by this Aspall stuff as really good for their joints so we are wondering if anyone else has any views? The missus has googled and says she has seen some negative comments.

Anyone any ideas?
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Old 10-03-2019, 10:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You sure this shootin fella had not put it in his hip flask? I would think that at the end of the day his dogs would appear better. In fact he was probably taking twice as many dogs home as he took to the shoot!
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I think vinegar is acid and can be used for cleaning the stainless steel counter of fish an' chip shops (an sprinkled on the chips) !!
Some of the old Victorian remedies still get carried on, some still OK, others got banned.

JohnW would only use it for cleaning out his whisky decanter, with a bit of rice an' shake it about a bit!!! (Forgive me John, just being a bit norty) 😂

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You know me too well Chel. Two years back I had Sloe Gin in my hip flask, last year Damson Vodka and this year Raspberry Gin. Still deciding what to make for next winter. But I'm thinking of possible Sloe Whiskey. I do like variety.
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Well, I can share our story for what it is worth...

Our ten month old Labrador was diagnosed with HD when he became lame. Ice packs, massage, rest and pain meds eventually got him using his leg again. Hip replacement surgery was recommended but we decided to try other methods.

The pain meds were simply masking the pain. Take him off and he limped again. I tried several very expensive formulas all of which had him walking without a limp....eventually I read about ACV given with Fish Oil and MSM powder. We went to those.

He is now five years old, no hip replacement and rarely limps. We use pain meds preemptively before any outing that will stress his joints but only preemptively.

The ACV is given until the bottle runs out, then a week's rest is had and then back on it. Studies have shown that it depletes and avoids calcium deposits building up on the joints....helping to hold off debilitating arthritis. Our Angus would seem to confirm this.
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