Category: Dog Health

Dog Arthritis Lab

When One Door Closes… Eli’s Story Losing Shelby on January 6th, 2018 was one of the hardest days/times I ever endured. My sweet Chocolate Lab, whom I had devoted the past year to, fighting for her to become healthy and well, was gone. In that instant of hearing the news that there was No Hope, left me reeling, wondering how I could ever go on without her. I felt as if I’d failed. Not only myself but her too. How …

Dachshund with Auto-immune

Nicolas, a Sweet Boy in need of TLC Finding Out About Nicolas I first found out about Nicolas through my good friend Susanne on April 20, 2018.  Susanne is the transport coordinator with a local rescue, Before the Bridge.  Before the Bridge Senior K9 Rescue is a volunteer operated registered charity located in Stony Mountain, Manitoba. Their main focus is on rescuing senior dogs, some who have been surrendered,  or abandoned in a pound, and help to find them their …

Seizures in Dogs, a Growing Problem I wanted to touch on something that I hear about sometimes on a daily basis. I am shocked by how much I hear about ‘this’. One of the BIGGEST increases of anything this year (next to cancer), has been seizures.  Seizures that have most recently been diagnosed, or ones that have been going on for years. It can be a terrifying ordeal for a pet owner to have to see occurring. It’s one of …

Dealing With Allergies, Skin & Autoimmune Disorders When an animal is suffering from ‘allergies’, it is due to yeast. Yeast is the #1 problem for causing allergies, arthritis, autoimmune disorders, degenerative diseases, digestive and even respiratory problems. Pretty much from A-Z, any condition, unless genetic, always has yeast as the ‘root’ of the problem, this is what I have found over the years. Systemic yeast can lie so deep within the body, that sometimes it seems that things are getting …

Paralysis Support Program

A Natural Approach for Paralysis and Mobility Issues Help, my Pet is Paralyzed or Immobile, what do I do???? Very frequently, I hear from people whose animals have become paralyzed or immobile. Often it’s voicemails, where the owners are distraught, pleading for help. Conversations with people, in which I ‘feel’ their despair. This is a devastating event to endure. You feel alone, nobody understands ‘how’ you feel. The answers we get from the vets, often give us zero Hope. We …

Bohdi and family at races

Bohdi Really Takes to the Race Track. Our beloved Bohdi, our Most Amazing rescue dog, feels right at home at the race track – even though he has little chance of actually ‘herding’ any of those speeding vehicles!  Though, I’m sure he’d give it his ALL if we were to let him loose; he’s all Border Collie, that’s for sure. You can see – with his very short Video below – that his enthusiasm is intense, and if the leash …

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