Do you know how to choose the best toothbrush for a dog? Do you even brush your dog’s teeth?? If you don’t you’re not alone, a lot of pup parents either don’t realise how important it is, aren’t sure how to do it, or can’t get near enough to their dog’s mouth to try!… Read full post
Does any of this sound familiar?
Your senior dog has dementia and can’t stop circling or pacing
You are about to start campaigning for a ban on fireworks
The sound of rumblings in the sky sends you into a panic
Your dog is left out of family fun days because he can’t handle a car ride
It’s a wrestling match trying to take him or her to the vet
Your dog is destroying your home when left alone
You can’t find the “off” switch when he starts to bark
Don’t worry because help is finally here!… Read full post
I’ve piqued your curiosity haven’t I? Excellent!
As someone who lives with senior dogs, and dogs so neglected they have no idea how to use stairs, I love these products and would never be without one or both. I try and take pictures as much as possible, but unfortunately have none to show you of them being used in my house.… Read full post
I think dog memorial jewelry is a beautiful way to honour the memory of a much loved companion. The other day I was doing a search for something unrelated, and came across a necklace with a beautiful inscription “A piece of my heart lives in heaven.” I was inspired to tell my story about how a piece of jewelry helped me. … Read full post
The most important thing you need to know about dogs and pancreatitis is, they could die if left untreated.
My dog Bailey died, not because he wasn’t treated but because he was in the “care” of incompetents who decided feeding him a can of dog food after being at their clinic just one day was a good idea.… Read full post
What do you mean, how to entertain a bored dog? Mine isn’t bored she’s old and prefers to spend her days sleeping.
Are you sure that’s what she prefers?
Do dogs get bored?
Research says they do, and there’s quite a bit to back that up. At the end of this post I’ve included a few links to some interesting articles you may want to have a look at.… Read full post
My name is Red, or Rosie as my wonderful mom likes to call me, and I am a dog with dementia.
Oh no, I haven’t even started my story yet and there she is with the waterworks already!
This morning my mom, Hindy, decided to write a follow up post about what it’s like living and caring for someone in my condition.… Read full post
Let’s kick off this discussion about how to deal with older dog incontinence with a definition of what “incontinence” actually means.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary incontinence is the “inability of the body to control the evacuative functions of urination or defecation: partial or complete loss of bladder or bowel control.”
It’s hard on your dog too!… Read full post
About a year and a half ago my dog Jack suddenly became paralysed. At 7:00am he was walking fine, by 3:00pm he lost the use of his back legs. Long story short, after spinal surgery he needed support until he regained the use of his legs, so I’m very familiar with the incredible benefits of a sling. … Read full post
Through a Dog’s Ear: Music to Calm Your Canine Companion Review
The CD called Through a Dog’s Ear is incredible, and it helped me during some rough times. If, like me, you have a dog suffering from canine cognitive dysfunction (doggy dementia), your dog gets extremely stressed during thunderstorms, he’s cowering under the bed every time fireworks go off, or he’s suffering from separation anxiety, you’re going to want to read this review.… Read full post