Sep 012009

If you’re a dog or you know somebody who has a dog, and if you (if you’re a dog) or the dog you know has his leg in a splint or a cast, this blog post is for you!

Well, here is what my parents don’t want me to do. Here is what my doctors don’t want me to do. And here is what my doctors say that if they see me doing, and if they notice my bandages getting wet, they have to bring me to the hospital.

First of all, licking my bandages may indicate that I’m uncomfortable and that I have an infection. Also, wet bandages may tighten up and cause problems for my circulation.

This isn’t the first time I was licking my bandages, by the way.  It is, however, one time that I was caught on camera!

May 212009

What is a dog’s sense of time?

How would you know if your dog were in pain? 

How would he communicate that to you?

Are you ready to change your daily and weekly routines to help your dog heal?

What activities are appropriate for your dog at each stage of his life and healing?

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Please comment with your answers.

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