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Unadoptables – Disfigured German Pinscher searches for home

Unadoptables - Disfigured German Pinscher searches for home

Popper, who suffered through a botched ear cropping and is disfigured, is now looking for a home.
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Popper, a striking and adorable German Pinscher, suffered through a botched, home ear cropping surgery. Popper’s ears are now disfigured, but that doesn’t get hime down. At the Camarillo Animal Shelter, Popper thrives. “Popping” like a popcorn, he jumps for attention, for toys and for his favorite friends. If you are interested in adopting Popper go to the countyofventura.org

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Training your Lakeland Terriers Leadership and Relationships

Training your Lakeland Terriers  Leadership and Relationships

Does assuming Leadership over your Lakeland Terrier mean you can not have a wonderful Relationship too? ASSOLUTELY NOT!

Pat Muller is the Founder of Safe Landing – New Beginnings

– Owner and President of Quansa Kennels Inc.
– Inventor and patent holder of Q-Collar and Q-Calmer.
– Developer of the Manners In Minutes Training program and conducts these seminars throughout the United States and Canada.
– Past president, three terms, of the United States Lakeland Terrier Club.
– Breeder of AKC Airedale and Lakeland Terriers.
– She works with Veterans Service Dogs
– She woks with Children and Adults teaching pack behavior.

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Siamese cat fight with dog kuvasz(sziámi macska harca kuvasz kutyával)

Siamese cat fight with dog kuvasz(sziámi macska harca kuvasz kutyával)


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German Shepherd Dog Third Degree Anterior Cranial Cruciate Ligament Tear, 1 of 8.

German Shepherd Dog Third Degree Anterior Cranial Cruciate Ligament Tear, 1 of 8.

I now believe, this is may have been the first day of the injury, Feb 1, 2010. This is the first of eight videos of my 10 year old dog Tyson. He was diagnosed by a Vet with a Third Degree/completely severed Cranial Cruciate Ligament of the Knee (known as the Anterior Cruciate Ligament in humans). I noticed him limping, took this video, then took him to the Vet. You can see it in his right rear leg, specifically his knee. The dog was sedated, the Vet did the Sliding Drawer Test to his knee, and had his hips x rayed. His Cranial Cruciate Ligament is completed severed, third degree tear. It will never grow back since it’s completely severed.

I’m not sure how or when he injured himself. He did not scream when it occurred. His injury could have occurred as he was jumping in the back of a small truck or on top of a concrete platform approx 2 feet high. Some of the signs I can see:
1. Limping in rear legs.
2. Walking on the top of his toes, injured side.
3. Unable to bear 100% of his weight on his injured side. Appears that he is putting 5-20% of his normal weight on it.
4. Unable to bear weight on his injured side when he lifts his healthy leg to urinate on a tree.
5. Leg appears weak and wobbly at times.
6. Knee area appears to suddenly shift midstride when he walks, sits or lies down. This is the Tibia sliding forward on the Femur.
7. When he sits, he bears weight on his healthy buttocks and sits with his injured knee laterally to his mid line, known as a frog sit. I believe that is a strong indicator of an ACL tear.
8. He sits and lies down more frequently.

My opinion is that when a dog is injured like this, just like a person, it DOES NOT heal quickly. It takes months or years and is never going to be the same. The dog needs to be medically retired from moderate to heavy play. I have NOT had surgery on the dog. His knee is weak, unstable and prone to collasping. I do not allow him to run, jump, play…If I had a pool or access to a lake, I would allow him to swim as much as he wants since his bad knee is not bearing any weight when he swims.

I received Tyson as a 5 year old from the original owner. I noticed in the past few years that when I would throw a tennis ball for him to run after, ocassionally both his rear legs would slide out from under him as he tried to grab the ball in his mouth. Sometimes he would come back limping so I stopped playing ball with him because I thought he was going to hurt himself.

Would like to hear from other dog owners who have had a similar knee injury to their dog. See the latest video of him, video 8, which is approx 10 months after injury here and you’ll see he’s limping much less but the knee is still unstable. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSz0YSJ-MB8

Healing options are:

1. Leave injured side alone and greatly reduce dogs activity level. In other words, the dog cannot walk the same distance or do the same activities as before the injury. This is the method I am choosing at this time.

2. Lateral Sutures, ,000. Knee is opened, fishing line type material is used to hold knee together.

3. TPLO, ,500. Knee is opened, Tibia bone is cut, wedged open with plates and screws and allowed to heal.


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Bedlington Terrier Training

Bedlington Terrier Training

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Probably you need some Bedlington Terrier information if you want to train your dog appropriately. Well, it’s obvious that if you want to educate your lovely dog then you must to know some things about it…

Bedlington Terrier Training

For example, do you know that the Bedlington Terrier is a dog with lots of energy? It needs to run and play and make lots of exercice to be calm and quiet. Or, you know, the Bedlington Terrier learns better if you praise it, not if you punish it.

Bedlington Terrier Training

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Bedlington Terrier Training

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FAMILY PET? YOU DECIDE WITH DOC MCSTUFFINS: PET VET

FAMILY PET? YOU DECIDE WITH DOC MCSTUFFINS: PET VET

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Booker the Italian Greyhound (www.bookertheig.com) (By Eldad Hagar)

Booker the Italian Greyhound (www.bookertheig.com)  (By Eldad Hagar)

Booker had a really hard 10 years of life….his owner allowed all of his teeth to ROT out of his mouth. Reading through his original vet records, Booker’s previous owner allowed Booker to succumb to tooth loss by having infections and head swelling until every tooth fell out. Probably about 6 years of never ending pain. Booker was a dog left to rot and a broken jaw and broken legs were left to heal on their own. He was then dumped in a shelter WITH his brother after being a pet for 10 years.

He was rescued by “One Starfish re-homing” a day before he was scheduled to be euthanized —–by gas.

Last weekend I had the privilege to go to New Jersey and meet him in person… what an amazing little dog and what an amazing family adopted him… he must be one of the luckiest dogs in the world.


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Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog picture collections

Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog picture collections

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How To Train Wirehaired Pointing Griffon

How To Train Wirehaired Pointing Griffon

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German Shepherd Pet Profile | Bondi Vet

German Shepherd Pet Profile | Bondi Vet

Courageous is the word for the German Shepherds. The German Shepherd is a breed of large-sized working dog that originated in Germany. They have a domed forehead, a long square-cut muzzle and a black nose. The jaws are strong, with a scissor-like bite. The eyes are medium-sized and brown with a lively, intelligent and self-assured look. The ears are large and stand erect, open at the front and parallel, but they are often pulled back during movement. They have a long neck, which is raised when excited and lowered when moving at a fast pace. The tail is bushy and reaches to the hock. German Shepherds have a variety of colors, the most common of which are tan/black and red/black. German Shepherds sport a double coat. The outer coat, which sheds all year round, is close and dense with a thick undercoat. They need to be groomed three times a week. German Shepherds are highly active dogs and described in breed standards as self-assured. The breed is marked by a willingness to learn and an eagerness to have a purpose. They are curious which makes them excellent guard dogs and suitable for search missions. Their average lifespan is 12 years.

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