It’s rich in vitamin C, and boasts two flavonoids called quercetin and luteolin, which have cancer-fighting properties. “Quercetin is (also) nature’s natural antihistamine,” adds dog behaviorist and wellness advisor Karen Rosenfeld. Rooibos has been […]
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SOPHIE’S MIRACLE-GIVING A SECOND CHANCE Rehabilitation can often be an alternative to surgery. There was a day when injured dogs were put down. Today, a second chance is not just […]
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Today a second chance is not only for people but for dogs as well. According to Pawsite marketing there has been a great increase in the willingness of the American public to adopt or care for handicapped pets that have major illnesses or handicaps that in the past would have necessitated euthanasia.
Making the Right Decision
Dog wheelchairs and drag bags are but a few examples of what makes life easier for a handicapped pet. It also reassures us that the decision we are making, is the right one and that our dogs will be able to live a normal life. The dedication of mechanical engineers and veterinarians that are always looking for better ways to improve the already advanced medical and technological field enable for pet parents to make the right choice and not to euthanize a handicapped canine.
When the time comes for us to be there for our dogs, it’s always nice to have the option, funds and medical knowledge from an expert veterinarian with a similar optimistic outlook, that will enable us always to make the appropriate decision and to be our furry-best friends, best companions in sickness or in health.
Taking out pet insurance has also developed into a growing industry and is as important to many families as their own health insurance, thus showing how important our dogs have become to us.
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