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GingerLead Review. GingerLead is a brand I have been familiar with over my career, so I reached out to GingerLead regarding their rear support sling. I have seen dogs benefit from the support and aid of a GingerLead, and I felt this might be a great product to have on hand for Dexter when the need arises.
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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored review from GingerLead. However, I will always offer my readers an unbiased and honest account of my experiences. Your trust is very appreciated, and never taken for granted. ~Tonya, Dexter and Nutter

For those of you who are new to my blog, my dog, Dexter, has been battling with a pretty significant neurological condition (Chiari Malformation and Syringomyelia). No worries—he’s actually doing pretty well and he leads a very full and happy life. 🙂

However, over the last year, I have noticed that Dexter has more back-end weakness, and even drags his back feet a bit. I have added a few things to his daily life to help improve his hind-end strength and to increase his conscious proprioception, being aware of his back feet. He’s doing really great with his new regimen.

I am a realist and I want to plan for Dexter’s future. There may be a time when Dexter needs a little more support with his mobility. GingerLead is a brand I have been familiar with over my career, so I reached out to GingerLead regarding their rear support sling. I have seen dogs benefit from the support and aid of a GingerLead, and I felt this might be a great product to have on hand for Dexter when the need arises.

The GingerLead comes in a wide range of sizes
The GingerLead comes in a wide range of sizes.

The GingerLead was born out of a need to help support Ginger, a golden retriever whose severe hip dysplasia and a luxating patella had resulted in multiple orthopedic surgeries. After realizing that a bath towel was not secure enough to support Ginger, her family developed the GingerLead rear support sling.

The GingerLead works by gently lifting a dog’s back legs, enabling him to be in an ideal position. The person moves with the dog, supporting the back legs, allowing a dog’s front legs to walk and the back end to be assisted. This is great for dogs with back-end weakness, problems getting up off the ground, and trouble going up and down steps. The GingerLead is commonly used for dogs suffering from arthritis, hip dysplasia, degenerative myelopathy, or other debilitating conditions. Dogs undergoing rehabilitation from orthopedic surgery or hip or back injury also can benefit from the GingerLead.

GingerLead support sling for male dogs
GingerLead support sling for dogs

The GingerLead comes in a wide range of sizes to accommodate all dog breeds, and comes in male and female versions. The male version is curved to accommodate male anatomy. The support pad sling is made with a quality, lightly padded corduroy inner fabric. The soft inner lining helps keep the GingerLead in place to eliminate slipping and bunching.

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GingerLead dog support sling for male dogs

The dog sling straps are fully adjustable for people of all heights. The sling also comes with an optional clip to attach to a dog’s harness or collar, which is particularly helpful if you have a more exuberant dog. Now, the GingerLead is ready to go.

Dexter was very accommodating and patient while I adjusted the GingerLead straps to fit both of us properly. I tested the product by walking around my house, gently lifting Dexter’s back end. We also went up and down our front steps. Dexter eased into the transition of waiting for me and walking with me as we moved around. The support pad was great, no slipping or bunching. The handle was very comfortable as well.

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Helping dogs navigate stairs
Dog support sling
Dog support sling

The GingerLead offers a very safe and secure way to help a dog get up, navigate stairs, or go for a walk. I would guess that after a dog gets used to using the sling, he will develop more confidence and more secure footing, knowing he is safe. Dexter may need help navigating our steps in the near future, and if/when he needs a little more support with his mobility, I will be glad I have his GingerLead on the ready.

Check out Ginger from GingerLead demonstarting using the stairs.


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GingerLead Review. GingerLead is a brand I have been familiar with over my career, so I reached out to GingerLead regarding their rear support sling. I have seen dogs benefit from the support and aid of a GingerLead, and I felt this might be a great product to have on hand for Dexter when the need arises.
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Two of my favorite things in life are dogs and children. Truly. I know some people think I'm crazy, but I love the freedom that both kids and pets have. Today is a day to celebrate the bond between children and dogs, cats, or any other pet. It is also a day to remember and promote safety between the two species. Take today as a day to do a little research on how to teach kids and pets to live safety with one another.

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Two of my favorite things in life are dogs and children. Truly. I know some people think I'm crazy, but I love the freedom that both kids and pets have. Today is a day to celebrate the bond between children and dogs, cats, or any other pet. It is also a day to remember and promote safety between the two species. Take today as a day to do a little research on how to teach kids and pets to live safety with one another.
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Happy National Kids and Pets Day! Now, this is a day I can really enjoy. Two of my favorite things in life are dogs and children. Truly. I know some people think I’m crazy, but I love the freedom that both kids and pets have. Today is a day to celebrate the bond between children and dogs, cats, or any other pet. It is also a day to remember and promote safety between the two species. Take today as a day to do a little research on how to teach kids and pets to live safety with one another.


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I wholeheartedly believe pets are a great way to help teach a child responsibility and caring for another living being. The friendship between a pet and child can be an amazing thing to watch flourish. My family dog was my best friend growing up. But a pet is still not the full responsibility of any child.

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I wholeheartedly believe pets are a great way to help teach a child responsibility and caring for another living being. The friendship between a pet and child can be an amazing thing to watch flourish. My family dog was my best friend growing up. But a pet is still not the full responsibility of any child.
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As a professional pet behavior counselor, I’m often called in to assist pet parents with their dog’s or cat’s behavioral “problems.” I love my career and I love helping pet parents learn more about their pets and learn how to communicate better with them. But it really gets under my skin when an adult parent tells me, “It’s the kids’ dog and their responsibility.

These parents may tell me things like, they had long conversations on what role the child was going to play in the pet’s life and that it was a long-term commitment. That it was the child’s job to feed the cat, walk the dog, play with the dog etc. The parents in turn would be financially responsible. Really?

As adults, we can’t really believe that a 7- to 17-year-old child is going to make that commitment, or that they have the mental or physical capacity to train a 6-month-old large dog. What about their school? Friends? College? Think about their favorite game or activity from a year ago—is it still their favorite thing to do?

I wholeheartedly believe pets are a great way to help teach a child responsibility and caring for another living being. The friendship between a pet and child can be an amazing thing to watch flourish. My family dog was my best friend growing up. But a pet is still not the full responsibility of any child.

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When deciding to bring another member into a family, it’s important to realize that pets are a lot of work! Especially if you are thinking of getting a puppy or kitten. Expect two full years to train that pet, teach him or her life skills, and be prepared for their adolescent period.

In the end, a family pet is the responsibility of the adults in the household. Children can play a very important supporting role. Kids are just that—kids. They should be able to live a kid’s life. After childhood, they have the rest of their lives to be responsible adults, so cut them a little slack. If the adults do not personally have the time, patience, or energy to care for the new dog or cat, then I would advise looking into a goldfish.

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Teach Your Dog to High-Five. Dog tricks are an amazing way to connect with your dog. By teaching your dog a variety of cool dog tricks and behaviors, you will help your dog be engaged and eager to learn new things. Having a dog willing and eager to learn is one of the best things you can do for your dog. Today is National High-Five Day, so let's teach this easy dog trick.

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Teach Your Dog to High-Five. Dog tricks are an amazing way to connect with your dog. By teaching your dog a variety of cool dog tricks and behaviors, you will help your dog be engaged and eager to learn new things. Having a dog willing and eager to learn is one of the best things you can do for your dog. Today is National High-Five Day, so let's teach this easy dog trick.
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Dog tricks are an amazing way to connect with your dog. By teaching your dog a variety of cool dog tricks and behaviors, you will help your dog be engaged and eager to learn new things. Having a dog willing and eager to learn is one of the best things you can do for your dog. Today is National High-Five Day, so let’s teach this easy dog trick.

  • Ask your dog to sit.
  • Place a healthy dog treat in your hand and close your hand around the treat, making a fist.
  • Place your hand about 10” away from your dog’s front leg, at his natural height for a high-five.
  • Keep your hand still—don’t say anything, just smile at your dog. Wait for your dog to paw at your hand. As soon as he does, say “YES” and give him the treat in your hand.
  • Repeat this process about 5 times or until your dog is readily hitting your hand with gusto. This may take more than one dog trick training session—it depends on your dog.
  • Once your dog is readily pawing your treat filled hand, do the same set-up, but this time without food in your hand. Once your dog paws your empty hand, say, “YES” and treat with a treat from your pocket.
  • Next, instead of a closed fist, place your hand in a high-five position. When your dog hits your hand, say “YES” and treat. Now you are really getting close to teaching your dog this cool dog trick.
  • Now it’s time to introduce your dog to the dog training cue, ‘high-five,’ ‘hit it,’ ‘smack it,’ etc. Before you present your high-five hand, say your cue “high-five” then present your high-five hand, he hits it, “YES” and treat.

See, you can teach an old dog new tricks. 🙂


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All dogs are special and have their own behavior, health, and activity requirements. Some dogs are what we may consider special-needs dogs or senior dogs that may need a little help with their daily lives or activities. This, however, does not mean that these dogs do not deserve to lead a happy, fun, and healthy lifestyle. A special-needs dog may have just a few needs or requirements to help them enjoy life to the fullest. I thought today would be a great day to spotlight 5 amazing products and brands that help our special dogs LIVE LIFE!

 

“WiggleLess has a unique and innovative design which aids in spinal column support and activity restriction in dogs. This dog back brace limits many of the movements which are known to contribute to back injuries as well as provides back support that can help prevent further exacerbation of some existing spinal conditions.” Amber Brooks, DVM Knoxville, TN Order Today!

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Ever wonder why dogs slip on hard floors? Dogs use their nails for traction—engaging them like cleats digging into the ground. But hard nails can’t grip hard floors. ToeGrips are nonslip grips that fit onto dogs’ toenails to restore their natural ability to grip with their nails. Help your dog turn back the clock and rediscover confident mobility with ToeGrips. Read my review or Order Today!

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GingerLead dog slings help aging or handicapped dogs with mobility and dogs recovering from orthopedic problems or procedures. They are easy to use, padded, adjustable for height, include an integrated leash for control and are machine washable. Sizes available for toy to giant breeds. Recommended by Veterinarians. Made in USA. Order Today!

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Pet Gear Pet Strollers are used for a variety of reasons. They help avoid stress on your pet’s body if they are having trouble walking due to joint pain, arthritis, or recent surgery. Strollers also function as a crate on wheels. Wherever you go, your pet, whether it be a dog, cat, furry friend, will be able to keep you company while remaining safely contained inside the stroller. Order Today!

Muffin’s Halo Guide for Blind Dogs is a 3 piece must-have device that helps blind dogs transition to become familiar with existing or new surroundings quickly. It starts as a harness that is wrapped snuggly around a dog’s neck and torso. The wing attaches to the neck of the harness. The halo is attached to the wing and when placed on neck of the harness, the halo is just above the eye level and acts as a buffer to safeguard a blind dog’s head, nose, face and shoulders from bumping into hard surfaces. Order Today!

 


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Wordless Wednesday National Hanging Out Day When you read this headline, National Hanging Out Day, what did you think of? I thought about hanging out with my dog. If you are like me, you are wrong!

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Wordless Wednesday National Hanging Out Day When you read this headline, National Hanging Out Day, what did you think of? I thought about hanging out with my dog. If you are like me, you are wrong!
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When you read this headline, National Hanging Out Day, what did you think of? I thought about hanging out with my dog. If you are like me, you are wrong! Today is a day brought to you by Project Laundry to educate consumers on the environmental benefits of air-drying laundry. According to Natural Resources Defense Council, “Today’s typical electric clothes dryer sometimes consumes as much energy per year as a new energy efficient refrigerator, clothes washer, and dishwasher combined.” That’s a lot of energy! Personally, I hang dry all my laundry besides my undies, socks, sheets and towels. However, after reading this statistic, I am thinking I should just hang all my clothes to dry. Why not?

No, I’m not going to share a picture of my laundry drying for Wordless Wednesday. I will share a photo of Dexter and myself hanging out instead. 😉

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Health Benefits of Garlic | Is Garlic Toxic to Dogs and Cats?  Veterinary food therapists and pet herbalists like Dr. Martin Goldstein, Dr. Richard Pitcairn, and Gregory Tilford promoting the use of garlic with our pets. But, like with anything, you need to use common sense and moderation when giving your dog, cat, or yourself garlic.

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Health Benefits of Garlic | Is Garlic Toxic to Dogs and Cats?  Veterinary food therapists and pet herbalists like Dr. Martin Goldstein, Dr. Richard Pitcairn, and Gregory Tilford promoting the use of garlic with our pets. But, like with anything, you need to use common sense and moderation when giving your dog, cat, or yourself garlic.
Health Benefits of Garlic for Pets

Happy National Garlic Day! Did you know that garlic has a ton of health benefits for you, your dog, and your cat? What? But how many times have you heard garlic is toxic to dogs? Today, I will provide you with a rundown on the health benefits of garlic and what you need to know when feeding garlic to your dog or cat.

The garlic study that made garlic a bad guy in our dog’s health: In 2000 there was a small (4 dogs) study to determine the effects of garlic on a dog’s health. Four dogs were given 5 grams of garlic clove (about 2 cloves) per 1 kg (2.2 pounds) of a dog’s weight every day for seven days. In other words, a 25-pound dog received 25 cloves a day!

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Their results: “Compared with initial values, erythrocyte count, Hct, and hemoglobin concentration decreased to a minimum value on days 9 to 11 in dogs given garlic extract. Heinz body formation, an increase in erythrocyte-reduced glutathione concentration, and eccentrocytes were also detected in these dogs. However, no dog developed hemolytic anemia.”

On the other side of this one study with only four dogs and an insane amount of garlic, you have veterinary food therapists and pet herbalists like Dr. Martin Goldstein, Dr. Richard Pitcairn, and Gregory Tilford promoting the use of garlic with our pets. But, like with anything, you need to use common sense and moderation when giving your dog, cat, or yourself garlic.

Health Benefits of Garlic

When garlic is chopped, it releases a sulfur known as allicin that provides us with some amazing health benefits. The allicin is also responsible for that garlic smell.

Garlic has a healthy dose of manganese, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C. Garlic is known for its ability to boost the immune system. Garlic also improves cholesterol levels, which may lower the risk of heart disease. Add to this that garlic contains antioxidants that help with brain and bone health, and you’ll agree that this little bulb is something that should be in every pantry.

When introducing garlic into your pet’s nutrition, speak with your veterinary food therapist and start slowly. Note any behavior or medical changes such as diarrhea or lethargy, and discontinue if your pet does not tolerate fresh garlic. Do not use with puppies, pregnant dogs, nursing dogs, or dogs on medications prior to speaking with your veterinarian. Cats and Japanese breeds can be more sensitive to the compounds in garlic. Garlic also affects blood clotting, so if your dog or cat will be having surgery or has a pre-existing anemic condition, discontinue use and consult with your veterinarian. When using garlic as a supplement, feed up to three days in a row then 5-7 days off.

First, fresh, organic, raw garlic is the way to go. About 10 minutes prior to feeding, remove the peel from the fresh garlic clove and mince your pet’s garlic. Allow it to set on your counter for the 10 minutes, and mix in with your pet’s fresh food. Mincing the garlic and allowing it to set releases a chemical reaction and provides all the health benefits you are looking for in garlic.

Approximate Dose of Fresh, Organic Garlic:

  • 5 pounds 1/8 tsp
  • 6-10 pounds ¼ tsp
  • 11-15 pounds ½ tsp
  • 16-20 pounds ¾ tsp
  • 21-30 pounds 1 tsp
  • 31-50 pounds 1 ½ tsp
  • 51 + pounds 2 tsp

One final note: Don’t take my advice—speak to your holistic veterinarian.


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Health Benefits of Garlic | Is Garlic Toxic to Dogs and Cats?  Veterinary food therapists and pet herbalists are promoting the use of garlic with our pets. But, like with anything, you need to use common sense and moderation when giving your dog, cat, or yourself garlic.
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Dog-friendly vacations: Folly Beach rentals that are pet friendly. The family decided to take our spring dog-friendly vacation to South Carolina and stay in Folly Beach. We are most defiantly a beach family. We rented “Close To The Edge,” a great 3-bedroom beach house rental through VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner, part of the HomeAway Family).

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Dog-friendly vacations: Folly Beach rentals that are pet friendly. The family decided to take our spring dog-friendly vacation to South Carolina and stay in Folly Beach. We are most defiantly a beach family. We rented “Close To The Edge,” a great 3-bedroom beach house rental through VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner, part of the HomeAway Family).
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The family decided to take our spring dog-friendly vacation to South Carolina and stay in Folly Beach. We are most defiantly a beach family. We rented “Close To The Edge,” a great 3-bedroom beach house rental through VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner, part of the HomeAway Family).

This pet-friendly Folly Beach rental home was bright, open, and roomy. The 3-bedroom rental had a master bedroom with a master bath, plus two standard bedrooms and another full bath. The bedrooms were very nice, comfortable, and provided plenty of space for our human family of three and Dexter The Dog. Hardwood floors ran throughout the home, which made sandy clean up a breeze.

This dog-friendly vacation rental was very clean, neat and modern, yet felt homey and comfortable.

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The home had a full kitchen, dining room and living room, cable, Wi-Fi, wrap-around porch and fenced-in yard! It was a dog lover’s dream. The neighborhood was quiet and friendly and we were only five minutes from the ocean and fifteen minutes away from Charleston, South Carolina. This was a prime spot for our family vacation.

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Dexter enjoyed the large fenced-in yard for potty breaks and playtime. We also brought a gate to close the front porch in so Dexter could roam the wrap-around porch. We enjoyed our afternoons and evenings relaxing on the deck and watching the lizards.

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I can highly recommend booking through VRBO and staying at Close To The Edge in Folly Beach, South Carolina. The dog-friendly rental home was well cared for, immaculate, close to our daily adventures, and perfect for a dog.


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Dog-friendly vacations: Folly Beach rentals that are pet friendly. The family decided to take our spring dog-friendly vacation to South Carolina and stay in Folly Beach. We are most defiantly a beach family. We rented “Close To The Edge,” a great 3-bedroom beach house rental through VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner, part of the HomeAway Family).
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Enter below for a chance to win this Woman's Fitted T-shirt size XLarge. I just made this fun LOVE Paw design for my Cafepress Store and ordered this shirt for me. Ooops, a bit too snug for my curves. So, I decided to give it to a fan in this giveaway. It's this shirt, this design, and this size. No substitutions. US only winner. Good luck. Contest ends Sunday 4/16/17 midnight EST Offical contest rules.

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Enter below for a chance to win this Woman's Fitted T-shirt size XLarge. I just made this fun LOVE Paw design for my Cafepress Store and ordered this shirt for me. Ooops, a bit too snug for my curves. So, I decided to give it to a fan in this giveaway. It's this shirt, this design, and this size. No substitutions. US only winner. Good luck. Contest ends Sunday 4/16/17 midnight EST Offical contest rules.
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Enter below for a chance to win this Woman’s Fitted T-shirt size XLarge.  I just made this fun LOVE Paw design for my Cafepress Store and ordered this shirt for me.  Ooops, a bit too snug for my curves.  So, I decided to give it to a fan in this giveaway.  It’s this shirt, this design, and this size.  No substitutions.  US only winner.  Good luck.  Contest ends Sunday 4/16/17 midnight EST  Offical contest rules.

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Wordless Wednesday National Bookmobile Day Yes, I know, lots of fun national days to observe. Today is National Bookmobile Day. Bookmobiles are wonderful for our communities. For over 100 years, bookmobiles have been bringing books to neighborhoods around the world. Now, some bookmobiles even provide computer and internet service.

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Wordless Wednesday National Bookmobile Day Yes, I know, lots of fun national days to observe. Today is National Bookmobile Day. Bookmobiles are wonderful for our communities. For over 100 years, bookmobiles have been bringing books to neighborhoods around the world. Now, some bookmobiles even provide computer and internet service.
Books for the pet lover

Yes, I know, lots of fun national days to observe. Today is National Bookmobile Day. Bookmobiles are wonderful for our communities. For over 100 years, bookmobiles have been bringing books to neighborhoods around the world. Now, some bookmobiles even provide computer and internet service.

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