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Rehabilitating My Dog’s Injury with the Gingerlead Harness

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Sydney has been living with an injury that started more than two years ago with a partial cruciate tear.

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Caring for Your Senior Dog: 5 Important Things to Know

Many pet parents struggle with the realization that their dog is getting older. But it’s important to recognize the signs of aging and take measures to ensure your dog’s quality of life doesn’t change. Here are some things you can do. ThinkstockFEED YOUR DOG A NUTRITIOUS DIETGood nutrition is important at every age, but, according toDr. [...]

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Arthritis and Pets: Introduction

Cats and dogs aren’t immune to arthritis; that affliction seen so often in aging people. “Arthritis” refers to a family of conditions marked by joint inflammation. Osteoarthritis is the most common type in humans and our four-legged friends, according to the American Animal Hospital Association. Also known as degenerative joint disease, arthritis is caused when [...]

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Caring for Senior Dogs: Canine Arthritis 101

According to WebMD, osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, affects one in five dogs during their lifetime. ThinkstockMost dogs diagnosed with arthritis are senior or older dogs. Arthritis, however, can occur at any age.HOW DO I KNOW IF MY DOG HAS ARTHRITIS?While you may not notice the signs of canine arthritis in your dog immediately, [...]

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Wheelchair FAQ

How will putting my pet on a wheelchair improve his or her health?Getting your dog (or cat) on a wheelchair can help improve many aspects of your pet’s life tremendously. At the forefront are the more obvious physical benefits, your pet will be able to move around, toughen its remaining functional limbs, and fight the [...]

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Why your dog needs sunscreen

Unfortunately, Cancer is the number one cause of death in dogs over the age of 2, taking the lives of approximately 50% of all dogs over the age of 10. According to the Morris Animal Foundation - 1 in 4 dogs will die of cancer. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer found [...]

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Sizing Tips For the GingerLead

The Small Male Gingerlead is designed for small dogs (male or female) typically under 40 lbs. It may be used for some larger breeds for over 40 lbs like Boxers, Pit Bulls, or other breeds with a deep chest and high, narrow waist (particularly male dogs).The width of the support pad is the primary difference between the Small [...]

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Tips for the Recovery from Knee or Hip Surgery

Schedule the surgery for a Thursday or Friday, so you'll have a weekend to adjust to the recovery process.Two people should pick up a dog from the hospital. One to drive and one to sit with the dog to keep them quiet and prevent them from standing during the ride home.A support device. We have many support harnesses that will [...]

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GingerLead Washing Instructions

Washing InstructionsPrepare: Open support pad and lay it flat. Disconnect the leash strap using the side squeeze buckle and close the handle.Wash: The GingerLead can be hand or machine washed and air or machine dried. We do not recommend the use of bleach or harsh detergents.Dry: Tumble dry low and air dry by handing the [...]

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​Tips for Introducing the GingerLead to Your Dog

Some dogs take right to the GingerLead and some require practice. A dog may initially appear confused, and even resist walking. So let’s try to make it easy for them:Note: These are just suggestions. Any instructions from your veterinarian for your dog’s specific condition should always take precedence. Let your dog smell the GingerLead and let them know [...]

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