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Juno the Great Dane and Wobbler’s Syndrome

Juno the Great Dane and Wobbler’s Syndrome

Great Dane Juno Faced with Wobbler's and Addison's Challenge We would like to thank the DuPaul family for sharing Juno's story with us during our Recent Photo Contest. Wobbler's is a condition that affects many Great Dane and Doberman pups. We are thrilled to know she...

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Bichon Mix Dog Can’t Walk but Recovers

Bichon Mix Dog Can’t Walk but Recovers

Learn About Otis - Walking Again with Nzymes Help Last May when Otis was 12.5 years old, he developed problems with walking. At first, we thought it was arthritis but soon he could not walk at all (much like Chessey). There was a problem in his spinal column, but the...

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Aries: Doberman Pinscher with Wobblers Trouble

Aries: Doberman Pinscher with Wobblers Trouble

Issues with Aries:  Wobblers Syndrome [wc_row] [wc_column size="two-third" position="first"] In June 2008, mobility difficulty with Aries was diagnosed, and Wobblers Syndrome was the presumed issue. Her back-end was giving out on her and she could no longer jump the...

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Wobblers Syndrome in Dogs

Wobblers Syndrome in Dogs

Understanding Wobblers and What You Can do About It What is Wobblers? Wobblers syndrome in dogs is an issue that mainly affects large and giant breeds.  It is a compression or slippage of the discs in the spine that results in neck pain and mobility issues – sometimes...

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Coonhound Syndrome in Dogs

Coonhound Syndrome in Dogs

Coonhound Paralysis is Another Name for Coonhound Syndrome Because it can quickly render a dog paralyzed, with little or no movement capability.Coonhound syndrome (acute polyradical neuritis) can be a quick acting and devastating Immobilizer when dogs fall prey to...

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Back & Spinal Problems in Dogs

Back & Spinal Problems in Dogs

Introductory Discussion There are numerous ways in which a dog can be injured in or around the critical spinal area, whether neck region or back regions such as Thoracic or Lumbar. And, many injury types can end up being more debilitating than others. Depending on...

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Zelda-Mae, Overcoming Wobblers

Zelda-Mae, Overcoming Wobblers

Great Dane Challenges: Wobblers, Paralysis, Jaw Surgery Zelda Mae, our 4-1/2-year-old blue Great Dane, was diagnosed in May with Cervical Vertebrae Instability or Wobblers. She was in extreme discomfort, which was being managed through steroid injections and now she's...

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Koly, Min-Pin & Marked Mobility Loss

Koly, Min-Pin & Marked Mobility Loss

Problems: Mobility Loss, Possible Arthritis or Spinal Issues Our 18-year-old Miniature Pinscher, Koly, has been part of our family for a very long time. We love him dearly and were very concerned as he started aging quickly in his later years. He became immobile and...

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Bernese Mountain Dog, ACL Surgery/Recovery

Bernese Mountain Dog, ACL Surgery/Recovery

Dog Torn Ligament Recovery Dog torn ligament issues can really make life hard, especially for a Bernese Mountain Dog, like Griffen. Fortunately for Griffen Charles Baker from Marlton, NJ found our website, and got him started on the road to recovery! Check out what...

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Pekingese Dog & Back Problems

Pekingese Dog & Back Problems

Pekingese With Back Problems & Rear-leg Lameness My Pekingese, Maggie, is 5 years old. Within 2 months time, she began having trouble with weakness in her back end. My previous Pekingese, Gizmo, had had the same trouble. After taking Maggie to the vet and her...

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Basset Hound Mix & Cervical Spine Injury

Basset Hound Mix & Cervical Spine Injury

Brutus, a Mixed-Breed Challenged by Cervical Spine Injury & Paralysis Our Brutus has always been a very active dog. He does not know he is a relatively small dog. He is very affectionate and friendly to all humans but definitely wants to be the only dog in our...

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Help for Older Dogs

Help for Older Dogs

Dealing with Aspects of Getting Older in Dogs And how they affect your dog, especially related to Mobility & quality of life!Aging in dogs is one of those unavoidable parts of life we all wish we could better control. For your precious pet, getting older is not a...

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