Friday, January 20, 2012

Cnha @ 5 weeks

This is a picture of Cnha. this is the first day she was with me. She is 5 weeks old in this picture. She will always looks this way in my eyes. Love you baby girl.

The Woody Pack
Chris, Сина (Thing 1) & J.P. Vuk (Thing 2)

Monday, January 16, 2012

A moment of Zen w/ Cnha

For those stressful days, to help us (me) remember why we do.

Chris &
Сина (Thing 1) & Jax (Thing 2)

Thursday, January 12, 2012

1/10/12 Mussen & Micha

Mussen & Micha, Siberian Huskies available for adoption from Pet Harbor Rescue,

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

1/9/12 Mussen Speaks

This pup is AWESOME & he is a Pet Harbor Sibe also.... I so want him & i have not even met him yet. 8-)

Friday, January 6, 2012

Luxating Patella

Luxating Patella

A small breed dog runs across the yard chasing a tossed ball. In mid-stride, he yelps in pain and pulls his left hind leg off of the ground. After a second, he continues limping on in three-legged fashion. After ten minutes, the rear leg drops back down to the ground and he uses it normally. This episode occurs maybe once a week. It never really seems to bother him that much – a yip of pain, a short period of lameness, and in a few minutes he is back to his old self. Typically, he is a small or toy breed such as a Lhasa Apso, Pekingese, Pomeranian, Poodle, or Boston Bull.

A luxating patella may affect some animals much more severely. They may hold the leg up for several days and show considerable discomfort. Dogs who have a luxating patella on both hind legs may change their entire posture, dropping their hindquarters and holding the rear legs farther out from the body as they walk. Those most severely affected may not even use their rear legs, walking by balancing themselves on their front legs like a circus act, holding their hindquarters completely off the ground.

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