But: I finally have a new mobile phone! I will no longer have the proboards app but it seems easy to log in by bowser!
Yes, I'll have to kick your butt! I start to worry about balance and more proteins, we really need to push it a bit more! I might be able to kick your butt personally in october, I think I'll do a week at least in Croatia
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Thanks a lot Katt, I've been through some interesting times and adventures in Croatian health system. I'm out of the weeds at the moment, but still have to undergo quite a lot of diagnostic procedures in order to find out what am I fighting with and be able to crash it down
Today I am very happy because I finally managed to log in (have been trying for last few days but wasn't able). Update regarding our little switching team will follow soon - good news is that Sigmund chews chicken wings as crazy and his teeth are awesome. Hogar was recently diagnosed with adrenal and at the age of 4 years and 4 months got his first Suprelorin implant. Loki is doing great on his insulinoma therapy and second implant. Signy and Hogar both had their blood exam and everything seems fine so she will have her teeth tartar cleaned soon.
We are alive and I have diagnosis. It is not some happy one since it's autoimmune but it is manageable.
So, weights: Sigmund 1920 g Signy 620 g Loki 1230 g Hogar 1320 g
Eating plan: Morning: Chopped chicken thy (no bone) for everyone Evening: Sigmund 3 pieces of chicken wing bone with skin and some meat + mix (60% chopped pieces of rabbit, chicken, liver and hearts - 40% mixed pate + bone meal powder) Others: morning same as Sigmund, evenings mix (60% chopped pieces of rabbit, chicken, liver and hearts - 40% mixed pate + bone meal powder Everyone except Hogar eating by themselves - he has to be held down gently and spoon fed.
We tried quail - failed; red meats - veal, lamb - non cooperative. Occasionally I put duck hearts instead of chicken and rabbit liver - much drama when they need to eat and I have to spoon feed then.