One of the most frequent questions we get is “how do you not get tear stains?”. We will tell you our secret but it’s probably not the answer you were hoping for. We like many dogs get tear stains, we tried avoiding certain foods and […]
Are anyone else’s humans resorting to home grooming during these difficult times? Our human definitely is, she says just because we we are stuck at home doesn’t mean we can be dirty (but apparently she can wear the same sweatpants 3 days in a row 🤔). Our human normally touches us up between grooming appointments so she has a pretty good routine down. There are alot of great resources on YouTube for people doing this for the first time. Are you grooming at home right now?
Riley here coming at you from my pillow fort. Some of you may remember that I was practicing social distancing before it was cool. I used to have really high anxiety in new places and meeting new people. For me my humans found that training […]
After Toro came to stay with us our human noticed one of his lips was a little dry. After a little research she started adding coconut oil to his food. His dry lip is almost completely cleared up. Coconut oil can improve a dog’s skin and coat, digestion, and reduces allergic reactions. Have you ever tried coconut oil?
We are currently fostering 9 year old Toro from @frostedfaces (who is available for adoption). This is the first time we have ever fostered and our humans were a little worried because apparently we can be territorial over our house sometimes 🙄. To make sure we all […]
Heart problems are very common in dogs, particularly in dogs over the age of 10. In June 2018 when Delilah was 11 we found out she had a heart murmur. We were working through diagnosis and treatment with our regular vet when our holistic vet recommended seeing a veterinary cardiologist. At the time I didn’t know such a thing existed. Delilah saw a veterinary cardiologist in Sept 2018. The diagnosis, prognosis and medication Delilah received from the veterinary cardiologist was different than what we heard from our regular vet. Though I believe our regular vet was well intentioned she was not a specialist and didn’t have the same quality of equipment or level of expertise that the veterinary cardiologist had. There are a lot of veterinary specialists out there. If your pup is diagnosed with something we highly recommend looking into some of the specialist options in that field, you might be surprised with what you find. I’m not sure this is the same for all specialists but the price the cardiologist charged for a visit was very similar to the charge from my regular vet for the same type of visit. Have you ever sought out a veterinary specialist?
February 14th would have been Delilah’s 13th birthday. We miss her so very much and in honor of her birthday this year we are doing a fundraiser to support a local senior rescue @frostedfaces. Delilah was so very loved. Her life was full of snuggles, puzzles, […]