The 32nd Annual Reliant World Series of Dog Shows came to an end yesterday with a beautiful Golden Retriever taking the top honor of Best In Show. Thousands of visitors enjoyed the breed judging, flyball, agility, frisbee demonstrations, “meet the breed” encounters, shopping with vendors and meeting the very famous Westminster winner, “Stump”. And of […]
hef Michael’s® canine creations from Purina offers dog owners a chance to host a Chef Michael’s House Party™ .
Families across America love to celebrate with fireworks. For many dogs however, fireworks can be a source of extreme fear and stress. Here are some tips to help with the stress: Take your dog for a long walk before the festivities start. This will allow him to potty outside before all of the noise begins […]
Strays in dire need of medical attention are getting help but need donations.
This town is for the dogs! Durango boasts miles of trails to hike, rivers to swim and a dog-friendly atmosphere.
In recognition of National Dog Bite Prevention Week (May 17-23, 2009), The Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) reiterates our belief in training dogs using positive and humane methods. Recent research has shown that the use of aversive training methods can increase aggressive behavior from dogs. The APDT urges dog owners to work with professional […]
If you are looking for a fun event to enjoy with your pet this weekend, be sure to stop by Gone To The Dogs… And The Cat Too at 2421 San Felipe for drinks, nibbles and fun. Bring the dog (and the cat too) on Saturday, May 23 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Peruse this […]
Noah’s Ark PAC, a group that promotes the accountability of elected officials on animal welfare issues, has endorsed Ed Gonzalez for the special election to fill the District H City Council Seat vacated by Adrian Garcia. District H is of particular concern for animal welfare advocates because it, along with District B, makes up the […]
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As an animal chiropractor, I am faced with many challenges. Challenges where clients reach to you with heavy hearts and tough questions: “You are our last hope!” “Will our dog ever walk again?”, “If only our dog could have a better quality of life”, or “I was told what I see is what I’ve got!”
Cowboy was suffering from degenerative disk disease. He had surgery for three blown disks in his mid-back and his veterinarian thought he would never be able to compete in agility again.
Animal chiropractic is often the pet’s last health resort. The same is true for the human counterpart.