Nov 18, 2018
It can be quite scary when your dog loses a nail.
When you’re trimming the dog’s nails, it takes only a small jerk of the dog’s paw to cause a nail to break or chip, and if the dog yanks hard enough, they could tear a nail partially or rip it out completely.
Nails that are too long are more likely to snag and...
Oct 29, 2018
We all have that friend, relative, or rival who walks their dog with expert leash-wielding skills. They aren’t being pulled down the block, tied 'round trees, or tangled up with the friendly neighbor dog who’s also out for an afternoon stroll. I don’t know about you, but I silently envy the person and pet that can...
Oct 21, 2018
I would like to share a little about what I do and how I got here working with both animals and two-leggers (humans...you will understand that terminology in a few minutes;)
One of the frequently asked questions I get from my clients and workshop attendees is if I have always...
Jun 3, 2018
Handi-Dogs is dedicated to helping older adults and people with disabilities gain independence and improve their quality of life through specialized training of dogs and to advocate about the important role of service dogs.
Service/Assistance DogsA Service Dog is a dog that has been individually trained to...
Feb 26, 2018
Dr. Millie Armstrong from Petit Brook Veterinary Clinic in Vermont discusses stomach twisting.
Gastric dilation and volvulus syndrome (GDV), more commonly referred to as gastrictorsion or bloat, is a disease in dogs in which the animal’s stomach dilates and then rotates, or twists, around its short axis. A number of...