I literally want to cry when I speak to people with dogs who are obviously in pain, yet they assume it’s a natural part of aging and don’t do anything to help. Of course I suggest they go to the vet immediately.… Read full post
In this post I would like to talk about dog mobility aids – what they are, how much they have helped us, and what they can do for you.What are dog mobility aids?
As the name suggests, they are items or products that help your dog get around. A pet stroller, dog ramp, pet stairs and slings are just some of what we will be talking about in this post.… Read full post
Let me start by saying you’ll have to rely on my descriptive abilities, since I have no pictures of the process, and only a few of Saffy. Two reasons for that…I didn’t know I would be starting this website and need so many images in a wide range of situations, and I didn’t expect the vet to panic during dental surgery and cause her death, 9 months after we rescued her.… Read full post
The thing is, that makes me concerned for three reasonsPeople are lifting some very heavy dogs in and out of the car, potentially injuring themselves Dogs are missing out on quality family time Dogs of all ages are putting unnecessary wear and tear on their joints.… Read full post
Managing pain and mobility issues can be one of the most challenging problems facing caretakers of senior dogs.
Don’t settle for having a pet in pain before exhausting every avenue available. Many pet owners are unaware their pets are suffering from pain; most pets don’t moan or whine, even though they are painful.… Read full post
Plain and simple, senior dogs are amazing. We, often, have dogs in the “Project Golden Years” program that are, simply, some of the most wonderful dogs in the rescue. Oddly enough, these dogs also seem to spend the most time in the rescue before they find their forever home. My suspicion is
folks have a misguided perception that these old dogs are just waiting to pass. … Read full post
My Charley has Hip Dysplasia (HD). She’s turning 9 years old on the 10th of October this year.
I knew Charley had HD when I decided to invite her into my life. But it didn’t matter, I loved her from the moment I saw her.
The breeder said her hips fall into the borderline category and she might never present with HD symptoms.… Read full post
When I first started seeing pet strollers, I admit I wasn’t crazy about the idea. To me it looked like nothing more than people wanting to show off their cute dogs, like a new accessory.… Read full post