We have a winner for the Nutri-Vet Muli-Vite chewable dog vitamin Giveaway. [Read more…]
Giveaway of sample products and informational materials for handicapped pets and pets with disabilities and special needs.
I am happy to announce the winner of our $50 Gift Card Giveaway. [Read more…]
Did you know that 10% of cats will stop using their litter box if it isn’t odor free? That’s why it is important to scoop out their boxes at least twice a day and use the best odor control cat litter available. Even cats who suffer from incontinence are particular about their litter box.
Like paraplegic dogs, cats with paralysis are prone to urinary tract infections due to incontinence. And like dogs, the best way to keep those infections at bay is to learn how to express your cat’s bladder. One of the most popular techniques is to empty their bladder over their litter box. Cats are more relaxed in this position because it makes the process as normal as possible.
One point to keep in mind is that expressed urine is highly concentrated. That makes it important for offensive odors to be quickly absorbed by the litter.
If you are new to the world of kitty litter that absorbs smells we have a $50 gift certificate giveaway so you can discover which brand is the best odor control cat litter for your household. [Read more…]
We have a winner to announce for our first-ever $100 Halloween Costume Contest Gift Card Giveaway. The gift card from HandicappedPets.com will go to:
And her adorable Dachshund
Congratulations from Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog! [Read more…]
Attention all handi-capable dogs, Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog is having our first-ever Dog Halloween Costume Contest Giveaway thanks to HandicappedPets.com. We are awarding a $100 Gift Card prize to the Handicapped Pets online store for one lucky pup.
If you are the pet parent of a paralyzed, aging or injured dog I am sure you have found yourself at the HandicappedPets.com site. The company has the most comprehensive selection of products, services and support to make life easier and better for pets with disabilities. I love HandicappedPets.com and used them often during Sophie’s illness. It was one of the first resources I found when my dog began to lose her ability to walk and I turned to them when Sophie needed her wheelchair and rear lifting harness.
I respect the organization so much I even have a link with their ongoing specials on the sidebar of this blog. [Read more…]