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Snow Storms, Ice Storms or Blizzards can happen when we are totally unprepared which is why we need to be prepared ahead of time for those “just in case” moments!
Our beautiful Red Heeler, also known as Australian Cattle Dog. They are bred for their working ability. There are two colors of Heelers, Red and Blue. They work behind the herd to keep it moving forward. They are incredibly agile and fast and very good at their job. They may nip the heels of the cow if need be, hence the Heeler part of her name. I will tell you that Dakota is a city girl and has never worked with cows. Really, the only herding she has done is to push me to theClick here to read more.
The Gift of Acupuncture...
After waking up one morning from a completely normal active dog to one that was totally paralyzed in both hind quarters from no apparent reason, was a total shock. X-rays didn't reveal anything conclusive but shell shock with back surgery from 3-5k and possibly reaching up to 10k+ with no guarantees was horrible news. Plus the fact that she was 13 yrs old and may never walk again.
Heartbroken, we took our little Suki home and began to look for alternative answers. After
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Winter Weather and Your Dog
Winter weather can be as dangerous for our small dogs as it can be for us. Ensure that your dog stays safe and healthy.
Your first stop to get ready for colder weather with your dog should be the vetâs office. They can make sure your petite four-legged buddy hasnât acquired any new health issues, or can help you plan for cold weather effects on current health conditions.
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Frostbite and hypothermia are real concerns for