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The Great Italian Scavenger Hunt

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   The Great Italian Scavenger Hunt I am not claiming to be able to complete “The Amazing Race”, but I was victorious in meeting the challenges to legally get married in Italy. At this moment it is hard to remember how it began, but I do remember the terrifying exercise of sending our original birth…
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The Puppy Who Could Not Wag

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Happy and grateful to share this wonderful article from our client Lorraine Shore regarding her 10 month old pup Prince.  Lorraine, who is the President of the Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club, adopted her handsome Prince from Russia.  Lorraine was concerned about the way Prince, a German Pinscher, would move along with concerns about the alignment…
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Corgi Skeleton

Corgis – Lifetime Spinal Health Part I

Degenerative Myelopathy(DM) is a progressive degenerative genetic neurological disease. There is no known cure, BUT,- THERE IS GOOD NEWS. Several studies have demonstrated that directed physical therapy/fitness can extend  the quality survival time by more than 2.5 years. As well as slow the progression of the disease. Important to note is that  all of the…
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My Dear Rabbit Ella

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  Ella my dear rabbit passed in my arms last Saturday, October 27th, 2018. Her passing followed six weeks of nursing care for two infected teeth that were surgically removed by a specialist. During that time Ella developed GI stasis, which evidently is common in rabbits with any illness. The GI stasis treatment required me…
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Class IV Laser Technology- New Hope for Pain Relief

Revitalize Your Dog Laser therapy or photobiomodulation uses infrared light to stimulate the body’s own metabolic processes, thereby dramatically increasing healing, and reducing pain and inflammation. Benefits Relieves Pain and Spasm Increases Joint Flexibility Improves and Promotes Healing Faster Recovery Time Infrared light therapy – How does it work? Visible red and invisible near infrared…
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Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury in Dogs: What are my options?

Helping Your Dog Move Better, Feel Better, & Live Longer Options for Cranial Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries in Dogs Is surgery the best option for your dog’s cruciate ligament injury? It might be. But you should be educated that there are other great options that may be appropriate for your dog. Many dogs do well…
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