This was a big week for a paralyzed dog named Caesar. He flew on his first airplane ride from Ohio to Colorado and he met the man who adopted him. [Read more…]
Earlier this week we celebrated Change A Pet’s Life Day so I thought it would be a good time to share the stories of three handicapped dog heroes whose lives have been changed by the humans who reached out to them and because of their will to live and never give up. [Read more…]
[tweetthis]Paralyzed dog from South Africa learns to walk.[/tweetthis]
During the past two years of writing Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog, I’ve had the opportunity to meet a lot of dedicated pet parents who are caring for their paralyzed dog. Together these special people and I have formed a kind of community where we share our experiences and resources.
Last week, Natasha who lives in Namibia, wrote to share a video she made about her brave dog Savannah and the recovery the dog has made from a traumatic injury to her spine that left her paralyzed. [Read more…]
It’s hard to believe, but Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog turns two years-old on November 1! On our second Blogoversary it made me realize that many of you don’t know much about Sophie and how she inspired me to start this blog. Sophie was my special girl who became paralyzed at the age of 10. She was a natural born leader to her dog housemates, Shadow and Cody. [Read more…]
This Wordless Wednesday we’re talking about taking your dog for an Autumn jog.
The cooler temperature always brings out the jogger in me or at least the wannabe version. If you’re a jogging pet mom, I think autumn is the perfect time to grab your dog stroller and take your best friend for a run. The spirit hit me hard this morning and I broke into a slow run with Cody and Bailey. One year-old Bailey got right in step with me, but it was a little too much for Cody who just turned 12 years-old. When we got home I decided to pull out our old dog stroller to check its condition. [Read more…]