Dogs and the Garage

Dezert4Runner

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What a beautiful beast you got there.
This is Emma Monster she turns 3 on October 2nd
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Thanks, he passed this last Cinco de Mayo from what the vet thinks was some sort of
cancer. One of the worst days of my life. He was a great dog. He would be turning 10 this November. Your Bully is a looker too, I always liked the all white coat on them.
 

EL Maggot

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my dogs are pretty chill in the garage, for the most part they just hang out in the driveway. But what do you guys do with toddlers in the garage? can i just tie her off too? hahaha
I like that mine looks for tools and starts trying "wrench" on things but i can't get shit done. 2 weekends ago we were wrenching on my brother's truck and a few wrenches went missing but didn't think much of it since we were done. My brother starts to drive off and we can hear metal - metal grinding and thought "WTF!!!". tracked the noise down...she stuck 4 wrenches in between his rim and brake disc while we weren't looking.
 
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my dogs are pretty chill in the garage, for the most part they just hang out in the driveway. But what do you guys do with toddlers in the garage? can i just tie her off too? hahaha
I like that mine looks for tools and starts trying "wrench" on things but i can't get shit done. 2 weekends ago we were wrenching on my brother's truck and a few wrenches went missing but didn't think much of it since we were done. My brother starts to drive off and we can hear metal - metal grinding and thought "WTF!!!". tracked the noise down...she stuck 4 wrenches in between his rim and brake disc while we weren't looking.
That's awesome lol ... my daughter tries to help when I'm working on the condo .. we bought he a set of plastic tools and let her fix things around the house.. keeps her distracted
 

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That's awesome lol ... my daughter tries to help when I'm working on the condo .. we bought he a set of plastic tools and let her fix things around the house.. keeps her distracted

i might have to try that. right now only time i have to things done is after 8pm on the weekdays, which isn't working out too well.
 

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my dogs are pretty chill in the garage, for the most part they just hang out in the driveway. But what do you guys do with toddlers in the garage? can i just tie her off too? hahaha
I like that mine looks for tools and starts trying "wrench" on things but i can't get shit done. 2 weekends ago we were wrenching on my brother's truck and a few wrenches went missing but didn't think much of it since we were done. My brother starts to drive off and we can hear metal - metal grinding and thought "WTF!!!". tracked the noise down...she stuck 4 wrenches in between his rim and brake disc while we weren't looking.
Benadryl popsicles. Night night
 

EL Maggot

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Has anyone dealt with hip dysplasia with their pups? My GSD had a light limp on her hind left leg for at least 6-8 months now. Took her to the vet and was told that she prop hurt her knee cause they could some swelling. Gave anti-inflammatory and said to take is easy, well in the last 2 month it's gotten progressively worse and im sure the colder weather is making it worse. i can also feel something distorted/out of place in her left hip compared to the right one.

is it worth getting her a hip brace (below is what i found) and pills to help with any pain or inflammation? any recommendations also? I know i need to get her into the vets buts it's difficult to get her an appointment. Since we've moved out into the bonnies she's gotten verry territorial and anti-social, although she'll listen to my commands she still bark and show teeth at the vet so we always have to muzzle her.

https://orthodog.com/index.cfm/products/hip-hound-brace/
 

Dukestaco

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Has anyone dealt with hip dysplasia with their pups? My GSD had a light limp on her hind left leg for at least 6-8 months now. Took her to the vet and was told that she prop hurt her knee cause they could some swelling. Gave anti-inflammatory and said to take is easy, well in the last 2 month it's gotten progressively worse and im sure the colder weather is making it worse. i can also feel something distorted/out of place in her left hip compared to the right one.

is it worth getting her a hip brace (below is what i found) and pills to help with any pain or inflammation? any recommendations also? I know i need to get her into the vets buts it's difficult to get her an appointment. Since we've moved out into the bonnies she's gotten verry territorial and anti-social, although she'll listen to my commands she still bark and show teeth at the vet so we always have to muzzle her.

https://orthodog.com/index.cfm/products/hip-hound-brace/
My daughter's GS had a limp after playing or running around as a pup. Took him to the vet after $500 or so I am told it's growing pains. In your case I would give it some of the antiinflammatories and some thing to strengthen the bones. See how that helps and then try the brace.
 

EL Maggot

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My daughter's GS had a limp after playing or running around as a pup. Took him to the vet after $500 or so I am told it's growing pains. In your case I would give it some of the antiinflammatories and some thing to strengthen the bones. See how that helps and then try the brace.

Thanks, I'll read up vitamins or something to help with the bone too.
 
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