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Discussion in 'Not So Spineless Wonders' started by dovahdactyl, Sep 9, 2019.
Some of my beagle, Brody, and a couple of friends. Couple of puppy shots too.
Oh my gosh, your beagle is adorable. My Radar is half beagle. They are so cute but that loud ass braying makes me wanna die sometimes.
The arrooo is one of the best bits about having a beagle haha.
20 mins of brushing later and a bag full of fur he's ready for the "Blue Steel" shoot. I really need to start using my camera instead of my phone for Typhon.
Your beagle is awesome! I’ve got two girls now since old Dexter passed away ❤️
Cheers mate. Third photo down is from North Berwick if you live on the central belt, great spot for dog walking. Nice big beach too.
Thought this could evolve into a generic ‘anything dog related’ thread.
Yeah I’m in Wishaw, if I’m heading East I usually go to Crammond or Aberdour and if I’m feeling adventurous then St Andrews
Nice, I quite like Crammond, nearly got stuck on the island once as the tide came in haha.
Merlin a Three year old Beagle Pitbull
Fancy a 7 year old Papillon
Would love to get a second beagle but the Mrs wants a corgi next.
Why not? I will say that having two isn’t anymore challenging than having one, they kinda keep each other in check lol
Ach just because I picked the one we have now so she wants to pick the next one. Still working on convincing her. haha
All hail the power of a biscuit
Putting this video here instead of in Typhon's thread to maybe dismiss some dog bone myths. The video is just of Typhon eating so you DON'T need to watch it.
RAW bones are perfectly safe for dogs to chew and eat. Chewing bones is not only great for a dog's teeth but it's also extremely cathartic for dogs. After a good chew Typhon will have a nap. Totally relaxed.
Bones that have to be AVOIDED are roasted bones and weight baring bones. Unfortunately here in the UK pet shops actually sell roasted bones for dogs. Cooked bones actually splinter which can be DEADLY.
Now weight baring bones (legs) can break teeth due to the fact they're designed to take a lot of weight.
Typhon gets racks of lamb ribs. Lamb neck/back bones and those huge beef rib bones.
Dogs should be supervised when given bones and bones should only be given 2-3 times a week. With bones containing a lot of calcium they can make dogs constipated if given more often.
Obviously I'm typing about Typhon here. Some smaller dogs won't be able to physically chew bones up and others may just eat the meat/fat off them.