I rely on my vet so much to help me care for Red, at times I feel like my life revolves on him and his schedule. I’m so worried when he’s not around, I’m terrified of what will happen to Red since there’s not much choice where I live, and I wouldn’t trust her life in his colleagues’ hands.… Read full post
I sat down to write my latest article, and for some reason the idea of doing something totally different popped into my head. That thought was immediately followed by the idea of putting together a post filled with senior dog quotes.… Read full post
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It seems like whenever I write about a particular disease, I say those same words, and that’s because it’s true. Many symptoms are common so how can you even figure out which one to suspect?… Read full post
I decided to write this article after a bit of a scare last week. I’m forever banging on about the importance of noticing and acting upon behaviour changes in our older dogs.… Read full post
Sharing my life with a senior dog means I’m always on the lookout for products that will make her life, and mine, easier. Mobility aids, which include pet stairs, are incredible products that have a big impact on the quality of life of pets and their parents, which is why they feature so prominently on my site.… Read full post
As any dog person knows, our canine friends are such beautiful souls and a big part of our life. They’re always there to greet us with wagging tails even if we’ve only been gone a short while! These years of fun and boundless energy are followed by the senior years, when the whole dynamics of caring for a dog can change.… Read full post
With up to 60% of old dogs having heart problems, it’s about time we covered this topic, don’t you think!!Red and her heart issue
It wouldn’t be a post on this site without Red making an appearance, and as it often goes with the territory, she can relate to the topic at hand.… Read full post
One might assume that since I am a holistic practitioner, I do not endorse allopathic veterinary care. Remember what our grade-school teachers warned about what happens when we assume, as this is simply not true.
Don’t get me wrong. I am definitely not a fan of what veterinarian Ian Billinghurst, the founder of the BARF movement, refers to as “Fake Industrial Foods,” which allopathic vet clinics peddle for top dollar as premium quality fare. … Read full post
I am a question asker. It’s who I am, and always will be. It’s hard for me to walk away from a situation without having all the info, and if I don’t I’ll go back until I get it.… Read full post