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Feb 1-3, 2016 Seizures and Anaplasmosis

The first seizure was at 11:38pm. We were sleeping and I woke up to the seizure. It was not a horrible seizure and lasted less than a minute. His recovery was almost immediate. He went in the bathroom, got a drink of water and then we all went back to sleep. 5:08am, Radar had a […]

Radar, Louie and Yukon playing in front of the "tree bell"

Pesky Poles and Posts for Blind Dogs

Blind dogs are amazing at mapping out their space but no matter how good they are, poles and posts are often a problem. I am not sure why but I suspect because they do not have a very large diameter and so are hard to lose track of in the grand scheme of things. I […]

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Blindproofing your House

Radar happens to be tactile and depends a lot on his paws for finding his way. Although he knows the layout of my house and yard quite well, I use different textures to help reinforce his mind map. Indoor Textures I have all hardwood and tile floors in my house. This enables me to use […]

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Impact of Stress on Dogs

December 26, 2014, I had an epiphany today while visiting with my holistic vet, Dr. Jan Schilling of Vet-Energy (www.vet-energy.com). We were discussing Radar’s recent seizure and that they seem to be stress induced. Then we discussed Louie’s recent reactive and short fused behavior along with his current very large pupils. His pupils have been […]

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Two Seizures, Now What?

In mid May, I was leaving on a trip for a week and had a dogsitter come and stay with my dogs. I was departing early in the morning and my dogsitter spent the night to become more acquainted with the dogs. I decided to change the sheets on my bed and have her sleep […]

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