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A Successful Year of Transition: Thanks to all of you!!
Thanks so many of you, our first year in transition was better than we could have imagined!
Mission Impossible: The Sequel – 10 dogs adopted and counting
An amazing success and example of how much can be accomplished when organizations work together.
Story of Izzy – Part 3
My friend Isaac and I planned to go out early one morning to see if we could spot Izzy or where she had made a den for the pups.
Story of Izzy – Part 2
I got another call from a neighbor. She heard a distinct sharp yelping in the arroyo in front of her house.
Story of Izzy – Part 1
It was December when a friend called to say, “I have 4 puppies that just came out of the arroyo in front of my house”. I am one of the people who gets a call when there is dog in our neighborhood that people don’t know what to do with. You see I am a rescuer. A rescatista in Spanish.
Home at last!!!
Home at Last! Thanks to so many angels along the way, these dogs are in their furever homes!
Cranial cruciate ligament disease
Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) disease is one of the most common orthopedic conditions in dogs and the main cause of rear leg lameness.
Motion Sickness in Dogs
Motion sickness is a condition of the vestibular system in the middle ear, which is a series of bones that function as a gyroscope and provide
the brain with information about the body's position relative to the surface of the ground. This positioning system feeds on visual information and the dog's posture.
Hip dysplasia, more common than we thought
Hip dysplasia is an abnormality of the articulation of the hip and leg due to an uneven growth of the bones involved in the joint. A healthy hip has a perfectly round shaped femur head and a perfectly matching socket in the hip bone -called acetabulum.