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Dog Health > Recommendations for agility activities for dog with hip dysplasia
Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Thu Nov 21, '13 9:40pm PST 
Awesome - Thanks
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Dog Health > Recommendations for agility activities for dog with hip dysplasia
Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Wed Nov 20, '13 8:32pm PST 
Luckily, I do have a favorite place to swim in our river. That sounds like a doable activity for the Spring and Summer. In the Winter, the water runs pretty cold. The peanut ball sounds interesting - Is it something that you make or is it something that we can purchase?
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Dog Health > Recommendations for agility activities for dog with hip dysplasia

Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Sat Nov 16, '13 8:32pm PST 
Sabi and Maxwell, rereading the posts leads me to send thanks especially to the both of you....
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Dog Health > Recommendations for agility activities for dog with hip dysplasia

Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Sat Nov 16, '13 8:30pm PST 
Sambi, Thank you so much for really good suggestions. I was hoping that someone who has been down this road would know how confused and sad my doggy parents are and how much they appreciate helpful and hopeful responses. I was over 8 weeks old when I came to live with them and have never been overweight - If anything, always have been on the slim side. Again, Thank you
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Dog Health > Recommendations for agility activities for dog with hip dysplasia

Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Thu Nov 14, '13 10:12am PST 
We just recently got the sad results from our dogs xrays and she does have hip dysplasia. She is young (2 yrs, 6 months)GSDand we want to make her life as healthy as possible. I have read several of the posts here about this subject and see that chiropractor vets are often used. However, we live about 100 miles from any city that might have such services.
I would like to have my husband create some agility activities that would both stimulate her and develop her muscles for delaying further symptoms and would appreciate any suggestions. I was thinking of activities that would not ask her to jump, etc. But, instead - perhaps very low teeter-totter, tunnels,etc. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Dogs and a Clean Home > A vacuum that works please!
Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Thu Feb 28, '13 7:48pm PST 
I have invested in the dyson pet vacuum, but, actually find the Shark Lift-off does the job as well. I am a fairly small person and the weight of the dyson is sometimes too much. The shark is much lighter and just as easy to manuver. Sascha is approaching her yearly "shed" and I can only "look forward to those special vacuuming moments" laugh out loud
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Raw Food Diet > Freezing whole prey items question

Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Thu Feb 28, '13 7:40pm PST 
Usually, we feed Sascha raw, almost frozen venison that we harvest and butcher ourselves. Strangely, she prefers it almost frozen rather than defrosted. She has already eaten the 4 bucks that we harvested this last hunting season and we were worried what we were going to feed her. I did
find frozen vension medallions at a local Pet Supply store. Expensive, but I was grateful to find something she would eat. Given a choice, she prefers the venison we have harvested, but in a pinch, she will eat the medallions.
She also likes whatever fruit we are eating, but we try to limit those with any kind of seed - such a grapes. Her eating habits have always been a challenge and ebbs and tides during the year.
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Dog Health > false pregnancy

Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Thu Feb 28, '13 7:24pm PST 
Sascha is finally getting back to her "old self". I have to admit that removing the one toy that she obsessed over has helped. She does still bring
us some of her other toys, but quickly looses interest. [Sigh].... thank goodness!!!!!
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Dog Health > My dogs genetic condition.. venting

Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Sun Feb 24, '13 8:02am PST 
Toto, evidently trying to avoid this type of mange is similar to trying to
avoid MRSA (methcilling resistant Staph aureus). Some bacteriologists have
considered that the use of bactiocidal products such as the omnipresent hand
washing lotions, lead to the reduction of normal environmental flora and
ultimately results in these "super bugs". A total sterile environment is
virtually unattainable and probably counter productive in "real life" for
most pups. Hopefully, this pup will quickly develop the needed and required
immunity needed to suppress this scourge.
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Dog Health > false pregnancy
Sascha

Sascha - rather chase,- than eat
 
 
Barked: Sun Feb 24, '13 7:35am PST 
Sascha spent the night bringing her toys to us and whining. This morning
she is again trying to bury the one toy that she carries around the most.
We are just letting her do what she is so desperate to do. We only hope
that this will pass soon. cry
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