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Viewing all posts found for user 1741farmhouse
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Posted on: 3:26:03 PM 3/31/2009

I was going to start a new thread about food, but I ran across this one.

First, the grade scale and reasoning behind the grade scale that was posted was excellent. I've been trying to find something like that for a while.


Posted on: 8:53:14 PM 3/20/2009

"You wouldn't happen to live in Adams County, would you?"
-I wasn't sure if you were talking to me or not. These forums don't show thread direction very well.

But, no I live in Bucks County.

Posted on: 8:18:54 PM 3/20/2009

"Not sure but I think I have heard that. People here have taught me the amish are huge puppy millers. Have you seen evidence of that around you? "

Yes, there are quite a few Amish communities around here, mostly in central PA, but there ar...

Posted on: 2:46:09 PM 3/20/2009

Thanks for the good info. A lot of that makes sense based on what we have experienced. I wouldn't be surprised if there is a primary issue like a bowel problem that is creating the pancreatitis problem. The food and the pepsid seem to work, but we ar...

Posted on: 8:19:42 AM 3/20/2009

"Your house had to have bathrooms added since there was no such thing as flush toilets in the 1700s! Enjoy it. Is it haunted??!!"

-Yes, it has bathrooms! Actually, we lucked out as the wiring, heating and plumbing was updated. You can find...

Posted on: 4:52:43 PM 3/19/2009

Thanks for the kind words regarding our home. We have just over an acre that is ours, but we are surrounded by 100+ acre farms, so in the end it doesn’t really matter. Though, we do wish we had more land. We tend to get a touch of cabin fever during ...

Posted on: 3:22:38 PM 3/19/2009

I would take him to the vet or animal hospital and keep him there until they find out what is causing these problems. It sounds like it is getting worse and that it has been lingering for several weeks.

Posted on: 3:05:39 PM 3/19/2009

"My experience was that the condition was a secondary one to a permanent bowel disease"

-Could elaborate as to what type of bowel disease you are referring to as this is the first I have heard of it.

Posted on: 2:59:19 PM 3/19/2009

Yep, the house was originally built in 1741. And, you guessed it, we live in Eastern PA.

We named him Woodrow Woody Guthrie Wilson. Woody, for short.

Posted on: 7:36:13 AM 3/19/2009

Thank you for the reply!

The teeth don't seem to be worn. But, he has some cloudiness in his eyes and he stretches a lot. Which, from what I read indicates he could be on the older side. But the issue with that is that I have read that clo...

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