Category Archives: It’s a Dog’s Life
Originally posted on Home FurEver Rescue:
The hidden dangers of a retractable leash How often have you been out for a walk and seen someone walking their dog on a retractable leash? Probably a lot, they’re everywhere. Well let’s take…
It’s all true!
L2HGA is an uncommon but debilitating disease of Staffordshire Bull Terriers and crossbreeds. Its main symptoms are seen in young dogs and show signs of fits, abnormal behaviour, muscle cramps and walk with a wobble. As you can see from … Continue reading
This is little Willow. Cute isn’t she? Sadly, tonight she went to Rainbow Bridge. She suffered from a cruel and debilitating disease called L2HGA. She was only 3 years old. There are still a lot of vets and Staffie owners … Continue reading
This is a little know degenerative disease, mostly seen in Staffordshire Bull Terriers. It’s heartbreaking to watch a dog who has this. I know. My daughter’s Staffie, Willow, has it. It was originally diagnosed by her first vet as merely … Continue reading
Originally posted on mrsskeats:
This page is set up as a memorial and as a legacy for Joe- Boy, a lovely collie dog rescued by us and loved by us until a freak accident took him away. We intend to…
Yes, I will keep banging on about it until the message gets through!