goldendoodle adoption houston tx

goldendoodle adoption houston tx

What are alternative types of treatments for spinal issues and neurological issues?Our 10 year old rottie boy is struggling with spinal disc issues and his back legs are weak and he’s falling down alot. He’s been on an antibiotic for a month for a nasal infection and prednisone every other day for the discs. We just lost our 12 year old rottie girl to cancer last week and since she’s gone he’s gotten worse symptom wise. Was he just hiding how bad he really was and now that she’s gone he doesn’t feel the need to hide it?Dr wants to increase the prednisone and add another anabolic steroid on top to see if we can build up his muscle mass in his back legs and rump area…My 7 year old boxer has always been a picture of health. Then 3 weeks ago, she seemed slower and then deteriorated daily until she couldn’t control her bladder, balance, a head tick or had the strength to jump into her chair. She’s had an ultrasound organs looks good, a chest X ray, which showed spinal arthritis but early, multiple blood test fine, urinalysis fine.

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She is elegant and regal yet definitely a "real dog" who will play all day and can out run a greyhound. She is brilliant with other dogs and great off lead. Dad is a very handsome dark gold Golden Retriever Stud dog who is of exceptional quality. He is a real working dog who has also been extensively health tested. He has a current clear BVA test, Hips 4/3 Elbows 0/0, DNA Tested Clear for prcd PRA and DNA Tested Clear for GRMD. He has a typical golden retriever nature; friendly loving and a eagerness to please. He is also 24" to the shoulder and weighs 31kg. He lives about an hour from us and I can put you in touch with his owner so can see him if you wish. We expect the puppes from this litter to be between 24"26" to the shoulder and 25 35kg when fully grown. The puppies were born in our living room and are being lovingly raised in our home where we will wait on them hand and foot until the day they leave and provide them with the love, care and attention they need to develop. They will be well socialised and confident by the time they leave for their new homes.