Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by Pinworm, Jul 31, 2015.
"joy stick" explained!
[Oh my stop teasing me, best dog,hunting partner, roommates. I lucked into a 105lber. for 75$ off the classifieds. Ill bring up a picture here. Nope, guess my computer is a pile of shit and won't let upload images
Yeah I have one, my dog runs through it and then stays out side of it until I true it off.
Sorry nothing helpful here.
I think on price per pound GWN has you licked
OMG now that's a tongue!
Has he ever woke you up dragging that wet tongue across your face...lol.. get up dad, I want out. Lick lick slobber lick..
I tried one for my dogs. It did not work on them.
Oh it would shock them, they were too dumb to get back in range or run out of it.
Fools would just stop in their tracks and sit, with the collar shocking them all the while.
I turned it off permanently when I found one dog had burn marks under its collar and the second
dog had visible marks too.
That's not actually a pic of my dog, but you get the idea.
And as far as slobbering, I got lucky again in that mine is whats considered "Damp" mouthed - he does not slobber unless he knows he's getting fed.
Any of you with older dogs that the Vet prescribed Galliprant (grapiprant tablets)? What an amazing transformation in my 16 year old Zena, she was lethargic with hip\joint pain arthritic etc.. I was starting to think maybe she would be better off..... So I asked the vet in November after her check-up and he said she is happy and relatively healthy for her age but her joints seem really painful. That is when he suggested that we try the galliprant if that did not help then maybe it was time. I am happy to say I have seen a drastic change. You can see she still has pain but by December for the first time in over a year she jumped up on the couch on her own again! The year before I had bought those doggie steps and she would climb up those but the past year she didn't even use them and would stay in her doggie beg instead of the furniture. She doesn't "jump" sometimes it is more of a climb on the furniture as much as she did when young but she naps on her recliner and the couch again which makes me smile every time I find her there.
Just figured I would share if anyone has an older dog dealing with pain and hadn't heard about galliprant. They did not have it when we had to put her older brother Duke down in 2012, I wish they had might of been able to relieve some of his pain and had him underfoot a little longer.
Gene "douche bag" Simmons eat your heart out lol
My poor girl tore a tendon in her knee about 5 weeks ago now chasing a deer. Thanks to my limiting her movement, no small feat, and some gelatine and vitaminC, she seems to be healing well.
The dirty looks I get because she cant run or swim are hilarious.
Thanks for sharing. I'll have to ask are local vet if it's a good choice for her, she's on a low dose of doggy ibuprofen. this ol'girl turned 17 this February.. her back hips get stiff and give her a hard time with stairs sometimes..
She hates getting her picture taken...lol..
Mason a.k.a. wuss puss..
He's not so shy about getting his picture taken..lol
I was warned off of ibuprofen for dogs. Then the vet gave the dog a script for Tram adol- my dog fucking hated it and refused to eat the tablets.
He's been on a daily pea sized dose of canna butter for 18 months now and the only time he complains is when I forget to put it in his dinner!
I'm not sure exactly what it is.(on my way to work). all i know is it an antiinflammatory.. its got a weird name, I want to say vetprofrin but im sure that's wrong.. these that she is taken are like dog food tables, not a real pill, and she doesn't seem to mind them.. she get excited just like with any other treat I give her.. if I remember when I get home I'll look and see what they are..
I snapped this yesterday.. Mason loves his buddy Coco
You don't get out much, I'm guessing?
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