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    Default Re: Suggestions for giving lemon juice

    Forde is same way....hates lemon juice and runs if he sees me with the bottle of it...even if its not for him ........in the last few months i have started adding a few drops in his water each morning...it takes a while...but eventually he gets all the water down...

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    Default Re: Suggestions for giving lemon juice

    What is lemon juice used for?

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    Default Re: Suggestions for giving lemon juice

    Well that is a great idea! It always works better if it is fun for them I think!

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    Default Re: Suggestions for giving lemon juice

    Quote Originally Posted by Annie1991 View Post
    What is lemon juice used for?
    It is used when they get phlemy to break it up or are having trouble breathing. Works like a charm when you can get it in them.

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    Default Re: Suggestions for giving lemon juice

    My hubby is gone from home a lot, so I usually end up doing all the dog wrestling... I find that if I get on my knees & put Winston between my legs I can get him to hold still while I give him whatever, it's a PITA!!!

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    Default Re: Suggestions for giving lemon juice

    Looks like you answered your own question at the beginning, I like the bread idea though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baconator View Post
    Looks like you answered your own question at the beginning, I like the bread idea though.
    I thought that as well. I wasn't too keen on the syringe though unless I had to. I am definitely going to try the bread idea and see how that goes next time. Maybe she will like my wife's diabetic no carb bread she has that is interesting to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    I thought that as well. I wasn't too keen on the syringe though unless I had to. I am definitely going to try the bread idea and see how that goes next time. Maybe she will like my wife's diabetic no carb bread she has that is interesting to say the least.

    We've had to use the syringe before for things like pepto/immodium I feel really bad doing it that way but sometimes you have to do things you don't like for them :-(

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    Default Re: Suggestions for giving lemon juice

    What about the plastic lemons that hold lemon juice! They are squeezeable and should get a straight shot? Come yellow and green..I see them at the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    What about the plastic lemons that hold lemon juice! They are squeezeable and should get a straight shot? Come yellow and green..I see them at the market.
    She sees that and she runs for cover. She likes the juice but not the squirt that comes with it. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marine91 View Post
    She sees that and she runs for cover. She likes the juice but not the squirt that comes with it. lol
    Ya..I spend lots of time chasing Jake too!

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