A houseful of dogs is a bit of heaven for some people and a huge pain for others.
Maybe one dog just isn’t enough for you. Having one dog is great, but having more than one can be marvelous! However, the challenges are numerous and a multi-dog home can have you pulling your hair out over the smallest incident. Many owners … Continue reading A Houseful of Dogs →
In England, the Royal College of Veterinarian Surgeons forbids vets to crop any dog’s ears or tails. As a result, England is full of Dobermans, Schnauzers, Boxers, Boston Terriers, and Great Danes proudly wagging their long tails and showing off their intact ears. In addition, the cropping of dogs ears has also been outlawed in most of Europe as well … Continue reading Cropping Dogs Ears →
Laryngeal paralysis is a debilitating disease that prevents a dog from being able to breathe deeply, resulting in the dog constantly trying to get enough oxygen with each breath.
My loving dog was diagnosed by the vet two and a half years ago as having severe arthritis accompanied by hip dysplasia. With the help of Winston’s Joint System he has … Continue reading Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs →
For days, weeks and sometimes months after the death of a beloved dog, you may find yourself saddened when memories of your faithful companion come back to mind. It is important to understand that mourning the loss of your dog is an essential part of your recovery. You have lost a unique companion and your emotions may overwhelm you at … Continue reading Death of a Beloved Dog →