Louie Pacing

Anxiety or Aggression???

When Louie first came to live with me he would do laps around my house from window to window to window. This was non-stop until he was exhausted. He would flop down on the couch to sleep and then wake up and start the window circuit again. When I took him outside, I had to […]

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Suggested Equipment for Disabled Dogs

As Lula aged, her hip dysplacia and ruptured ACLs became more of a problem for her and her ability to get around. Here are a few of the necessities I discovered: Baby crib mattress – Lula was huge and she was not only too big for regular dog beds, they were too soft and did […]

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Chesapeake Retriever Rescue of WI

  The Chesapeake Retriever Rescue of WI is a group of volunteers dedicated to rescuing Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and finding them loving forever homes. We rescue adoptable purebred or mixed Chesapeake Bay Retrievers from shelters, strays, and from owners who can no longer care for their dogs. We are staunch promoters of spaying and neutering, […]

Louie "on guard"

Anxiety – Louisiana Louie’s Story

Louisiana Louie wandered onto a farm in Crowley, Louisiana in July of 2011. He was fortunate he wandered onto the right farm and the owner of the farm, Faye, captured him and started feeding the very skinny Chessie. Lucky for Louie, Faye got him to the vet and also contacted a pet rescue in Louisiana […]

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Disabled – My name is Lula

My name is Lula and I am a big brown “bear” (Chessie) As originally published in “The Misadventures of Lula – Rescue Chessie (http://lularescuechessie.wordpress.com/) August, 2009 – My story starts somewhere near Duluth, MN where the workers of a recycling center found me tied to their gate on a Monday morning in August of 2009. […]

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Blindness – Radar’s Story

Radar was blind from birth. Radar is a male Chesapeake Bay Retriever born October 26, 2012. Radar displayed eye problems early and was diagnosed with bilateral anterior segment dysgenesis which is the result of a birth defect at 14 weeks of age. The tissues of the eye (cornea and uveal tissues) never separated resulting in […]

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