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New Product Helps Senior Dogs (and More)

Every now and then a unique dog product comes along that I absolutely must share with Fidose of Reality readers. Dr. Buzby's ToeGrips for dogs is that product. Designed for slipping/weak senior dogs, they are also helpful for disabled and rehabilitating dogs. So if you have a dog with back or mobility issues, have a home with hardwood floors, or have a dog who is a bit older … [Read more...]

Some Dogs are More Prone to ACL Tears Than Others

Is there a genetic and/or familial connection for dogs who tear their ACL? According to veterinary medical research, there are some dogs, breeds, and even a familial component existing with regards to tearing their anterior cruciate ligament.  Indeed, some dogs are more prone to ACL tears than others. I know first hand because: A) My dog has torn his ACL in both legs within … [Read more...]

Lifesaver Product for Dog Hot Spots and Stink

My dog had surgery in June and razor burn resulted. If a dog in your life has ever been down the surgery road, you know that veterinary staff shaves their fur to getting the dog as naked as possible. I know this is essential so a clean surgical area is presented to the doctor, but razor burn can, and does, occur. In June, our PR (Puppy Relations) Manager, Dexter, had … [Read more...]

Dog ACL Surgery Six Weeks Later

It’s been six weeks since our Puppy Relations (PR) Manager, Dexter, underwent an extracapsular surgical repair of his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). During the operation, his very skilled surgeon repaired a completely torn ligament and removed the “shock absorber” portion of the knee, also called the meniscus.  Indeed, Dexter's ACL surgery six weeks later gives us pause to … [Read more...]

What to Do When Your Dog is Having Surgery

On Wednesday, August 14, our Puppy Relations (PR) Manager, Dexter, is having surgery under anesthesia to repair a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) and removal of a damaged meniscus: the shock absorber portion of the affected area. As such, we are dedicating this post to the skilled hands of the surgeon, the caring vet techs who will monitor him, and the love of his family … [Read more...]