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My relatives kids aged 10 & 12 will be coming to Dublin and we are hoping to enroll them to an English course that will suit them. This will be a 2 to 4 weeks stay. They will be staying at ours so they will not require accommodation. They are beginners, however they are able to formulate sent
I think I'll start taking kennen mid now with ad build, should see how that will go. Without decent mana regeneration, ap mid is really hard especially with early ganks
I've seen in on the Petstop website. There is also a warehouse in Clonsilla - not sure but i think i've seen it there
Try taking them into account - it might help with her tummy. If you plan to give treats or do some training - get the approximate amout removed from her daily meal or her dinner time. It helps. :) Its good to hear shes doing better
Is it just me or all ability based items have been made more expensive compared to all ad/ tanky items are now cheaper but bit nerfed - how is this fair? For example, Zhonyas hourglass now costs extra 500 gold - just not cool!
Is it just me or all ability based items have been made more expensive compared to all ad/ tanky items are now cheaper but bit nerfed - how is this fair?
Are you by any chance counting her treats as part of the daily feed amount? Thats one thing we also overlooked and our pup had a barrel for a stomach for few weeks
Oh wow, that's just adorable, personally i would tell the dogs off for growling/ barking at it every time i carried the kitty. would also praise them loads for not reacting to the kitty = keep the kitty... its too cute!!!
I wish i could share a picture of mine - but darn new accounts aren't allowed apparently for a period of time!
I agree with aonb, keeping on the feed the breeder had them on is the best idea. Raw eggs didn't agree with ours so we gave her cooked instead. A bit of egg and cottage cheese is quite good. But see how your puppy reacts to different things. Try small bits at a time when introducing vegetables and r
We fostered a kitten we found in our parking lot for 3.5 weeks, she was 3 months old or so, very small and just about the same age as our large breed puppy... We couldn't keep her as our hands were full as is, but we did consider it on multiple occasions. We contacted everyone we knew, and we got
I dont like either puppy foods. We raised our on Clinivet - we used to get the feed whilst it was on sale - these days the sales are just not worth it - its quite pricey and you can only order it in. (delivery is always free for large bags) We have tried Royal Canin, but the skin condition and ju
There is only one major advice, take the both dogs for a nice, long and exhausting walk before bringing them both home - a walk will help them bond and if they are tired enough they will less likely to get territorial/ stressed, and hopefully when they are exhausted enough they will cuddle up to eac
I came home and instead of her usual bringing me a monkey or a heavy rubber ball that she tosses at me, she paced, with her ears down with a snowball plushie and the teddie in her mouth and as i was changing she brought me more plushies for which she got a biig hug - shes just too adorable! She was