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Old 08-11-2013, 02:30 PM   #48 (permalink)
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Took KU back out again with four wheeler to run, and she's favoring that same shoulder again. So yesterday I gave her day off, and that night we did some handwalking. As for today, I haven't seen her favoring it. Although I'll have a closer before I fully decide that. Her limp is faint the two times I've seen it, but I don't want to turn it into something serious.

ThaLadyPit : When I loose inspiration for photography I turn a few agreeable dogs loose somewhere safe and sit on the sidelines with my camera in my lap and just watch em from a distance. Usually it doesn't matter if it's birds, the sky, trees, a lizard, or the dogs.. I'll take a picture... and well.. I can't take just one! Don't set out with the shot you want already i mind. Just take some shots and worry about choosing the one closest to perfect later. Use your camera's zoom as Binoculars.

And About the poop, I guess since she does have liqui-shit or Compacted bone chalk she falls somewhere in the middle depending on the content of her meal and is ok? I always heard/read organs will make their poop runny, alot of bone/calcium will make it hard. I've sorta seen this pattern since feeding raw. I've learned feeding hunks of fat as their meal will give em the runs. Not that I feed them only fat all the time, but I usually don't worry too hard about balancing every meal every feeding , because the next day I might give a slab of beef ribs to that same dog, and he will eat it entirely giving em lots of bone and some meat but very little fat.
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