my beautiful girl has lost some weight recently, say goodbye to spinal problems!

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    special thanks for Madis Nurmetalu who helped me with this photo :)

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    1. Devilstar 57 months ago | reply

      Eyecandy! Ja milline temperament, sellise koeraga saad küll kõik taksiusku pöörata! Nüüd vut-vut näitusele!!

    2. weinermobile 57 months ago | reply

      My tiny thin doxie still has neck and spinal problems :-(

    3. athenakristiina 57 months ago | reply

      Lenaea does she jump on sofas? I trained my doxie not to jump on the furniture as soon as i got her..

    4. weinermobile 57 months ago | reply

      Kristiina Tammik No, I have the couch blocked so they can't jump. I have lots of stairs and I carry them up and down but with four dogs one wlll always go up or down before I can grab them. My Joey was on crate rest for his neck for over nine weeks ,he is doing fine but his neck will always be an issue unfortunately.

    5. athenakristiina 57 months ago | reply

      Lenaea oh my, i feel so sorry for you! we had to put our first dog down due to the spinal problems, she even had the surgery and was on wheels for some time but nothing helped. Soon she got extremely thin and couldn't eat nothing, everything she ate came up. Maybe her liver couldn't stand all those strong medications she had to have..
      I hope your doxies will have long and full of love and fun life :)

    6. weinermobile 57 months ago | reply

      Kristiina Tammik Oh that is sad :-(. Joey and Rusty will be 11 in a few months, doxie Goober will be 10 and Rat Terrier Penny will also be 11 soon. We escaped the surgery but in the future who knows, I hope it never comes to that.

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