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tracky
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Nov 20, 2004, 9:23 AM

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Cocker Spaniel's ear r very long...

once they eat/drink sure the ear will get wet/dirty...

any solution?


MisterStan
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Nov 20, 2004, 9:52 AM

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hi tracky

beagle ears are long also, just like cocker spaniel. there are 2 solutions:

1) is to get those bottles that is similar to hamsters - not sure what is it called.

2) is to get a small bowl (the smallest), then the ear would not get wet.




tracky
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Nov 21, 2004, 6:20 AM

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i got the hamster kind drinking kit...but one week only.. it leaking already Unimpressed


MisterStan
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Nov 21, 2004, 6:26 AM

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wah, leaking liao!!! then either you get the small bowl or you buy a new hamster drinking kit.




Riccaval
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Nov 21, 2004, 6:35 AM

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There is a thing call 'snoods' which is something like a elastic hair band. When it is feeding time just put on the 'snooze' around ur doggie's head to tuck the ears in away from the food.

You can ask ur mom or gf to make a simple snoods or better still just go to petaling street to get an elastic hair band for 2/3 ringgit. It works the same.

Cheers


(This post was edited by Riccaval on Nov 21, 2004, 7:00 AM)


tracky
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Nov 21, 2004, 6:41 AM

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how the thing look like after tucked their ear?

how the product look like?


Riccaval
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Nov 21, 2004, 7:06 AM

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CKCS with Snood on
Attachments: Snoods.jpg (12.5 KB)


tracky
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Dec 16, 2004, 4:29 PM

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Re: [Riccaval] Cocker Spaniel [In reply to] Can't Post

1.

Crazymy 2nd drinking kit leaking again!!!Unsure very headach wit my puppy drinking kit!1st leaking, 2nd leaking oso oso less than 1 week la! is it my pupyy very cleaver to make it leaking?



2.

MisterStan ur beagle so fat la....


Toy
K9 Maniac


Apr 23, 2005, 9:28 AM

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maybe u should try a better brand, i use to get 1 which wont leak, but it is relatively more expensive, sorry cant remember the brand.. may i know do u cage ur dog? if yes, ur water bottle is facing inside or outside?


wuzzles
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Aug 26, 2006, 3:11 AM

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You will have to invest in a fairly expensive drinking bottle if you want it to last and not leak.

Here is a cheap DIY alternative. Feel free to get creative and find subtitute items.

The next time you go to McDonalds and order a milk shake(we will call this A for now), don't throw away the container. I find the shape and depth just nice for my dexter to drink but not get his ear all wet.

If you just fill water into A, it will definitely fall on it's side when the dog drinks from it. Therefore, find another container(B) that is slightly more wider taht you can fit A into but the height should be more or less the same. so when you drop the A into B, both the brim are almost say height.

I have a round plastic container that is silinder in shape and the opening is just nice for my A container to go in and out. I fill B with some small pepple from my fish tank for weight and I drive my A container into it. Wollah!

I hope you get what I mean. If you don't, I'll go grap my camera and post the image up.

BTW, for hygiene purpose, I don't suggest you keep the cups more than 2-3weeks. My sis is a milk shake maniac, so I get a steady supply of containers from her. Wink


(This post was edited by wuzzles on Aug 26, 2006, 3:14 AM)

 
 




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