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Do you have questions regarding the health of your greyhound? Do you need tips what you should feed your dog?
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To help bring a bitch in season


Alan Bonn
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03 Mar 2020 17:21


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Has anyone used (Nelson's sepia 30c) before
If so what is the best way of use?
Thanks



Howard Moshinsky
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04 Mar 2020 00:36


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find a local friend who has a bitch in season and board them together for a few days




Jason Caley
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04 Mar 2020 12:34


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howard moshinsky wrote:

find a local friend who has a bitch in season and board them together for a few days

Agree with Howard above, add to this...

Vitamin E 3.2g daily and the soiled bedding of a bitch in season if you can't get hold of the actual bitch and put that with yours. Plenty of sunlight for her during the day (with the bedding) and you're all good to go.



Carole Brown
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04 Mar 2020 13:27


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Alan, type in Bringing bitches into season into the second little search box. There is information there that may help you, regarding manipulation of the bitch's lower back. The count is now around the 200 mark for successful manipulations that my hubby has done.
Could be worth a try, if you can find a good manipulator. You will know if it is successful in 3-4 weeks max.


Ian Rose
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10 Jun 2021 04:33


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Dostinex is the product name

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