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Wellness Wednesdays – Cassidy


This week’s Wellness Wednesday is a very special one, we’re doing something a little different!


I’m sure by now everyone’s met Cassidy, the miracle kitty at TinyKittens. Cassidy was found at 8weeks old with no back feet! Unsure of weather he was born without them or if they were lost during birth, Cassidy still managed to survive on his own (well, with a little help from his brother Topper) until he was finally found and rescued. He has had so many challenges in such a short amount of life but he’s a fighter and is sure going strong!

So after a flood of calls and email’s from Cassidy’s fans . . . → Read More →

Wellness Wednesdays – “Wink”

Hello everybody and welcome to another Wellness Wednesday!

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Wink (Left) and Kovu

I’d like to introduce you all to “Wink” a 2-year-old domestic long hair kitty that is also a Cyclops! (She only has one eye). Wink was found as a stray when she was only a couple of weeks old and brought into the Animal Emergency Clinic of the Fraser Valley late one night. Poor Wink had a terrible upper respiratory infection that was so severe it caused her eye to become badly infected and it needed to be removed. She had many wounds that had become infested with maggots . . . → Read More →

Wellness Wednesday’s – Roxie

Welcome back to Wellness Wednesday everybody!

We haven’t posted in a while but we’re back with a ton of great ‘tails’ for you!

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This is beautiful Roxie, a 45 lb Rottie/Lab. Roxie’s previous owner bred her and now at six years old, Roxie has had a number of litters, even after she was hit by a car four years ago. The accident resulted in serious nerve damage to her front left leg so she carried puppies on only three legs. Roxie got loose 3 months ago and was found wandering. She was picked up and through the great work of Cross . . . → Read More →

Wellness Wednesdays-Molly the Dachshund’s New Cart

Happy Wednesday everybody!

Recently, we sent a Walkin’ Wheels mini to Molly the Dachshund, who was unable to walk properly due to a back problem. We like to follow up with everyone who purchases a wheelchair for their pets to see how everything is going, and to make sure their pet is adjusting to the chair. We love to hear when pets not only adjust, but really learn to love their wheelchairs! Molly is the perfect example of this.

“Here is a photo of our sweet, kind, little Molly dog looking fabulous in her wheelchair ! :) She is a 4yr old dapple dachshund of course. She has 2 calcified discs in her back that have unfortunately left . . . → Read More →

Top Five Reasons Why Walkin’ Wheels is the Best Dog Wheelchair

Having trouble deciding which doggie wheelchair is the best for your best friend and companion? this video will help make that decision easier.

Wellness Wednesdays

Todays Wellness Wednesdays (unlike other Wednesdays) feature a Veterinary Clinic in jessiethis beautiful province of BC. (I was kidding about ‘unlike last week’, we’ve done this for a while now, every wednesday)

Central Animal Hospital, in Vernon BC, has a resident there that they would like to share with us. Jessie came to see us at Central Animal Hospital, after hours, for a possible fractured leg. Jessie is a nine year old working Border Collie out at Indian Garden Ranch. After doing a physical exam and radiographs, a diagnosis was made of a severe fracture of the left femur. Amputation of the limb was unfortunately the only . . . → Read More →

Wellness Wednesdays

Welcome (once again, and again and again) to our Wellness Wednesdays, a weekly296985_134195980014073_1887529537_n introduction to local Veterinary Clinics in this beautiful province of BC.

Today is pretty local to us, Bakerview Pet Hospital, who would like to share a little about Aiko. (“little loved one”-in Japanese) Aiko is a long-time resident at Bakerview Pet Hospital, and some of you may know her as Bakerview’s mascot. Aiko was brought to us in 2002 after being attacked by a dog, and the incident left her with a broken back. Ever since that accident, she has been paralyzed from the waist down. As you may have noticed, that does not hinder . . . → Read More →

Wellness Wednesdays

Happy Wednesday!! And happy Wellness day! We feature different Veterinary Clinics on 94462Wednesdays, from this beautiful province of BC.

Handicapped Pets Canada would like to introduce you to Bowen Veterinary Services, located on Bowen Island. This is what they have to say

“We are a 24 hr emergency service and ICU capable clinic. We are located on Bowen island, and belong to a small but amazing community. Having recently learned of Handicapped Pets Canada, we hope to carry some of the equipment. We especially like that you have a ‘used option’ for those who cannot afford new. We are very excited to bring this option to our community.”

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Special considerations for Special Needs

While all dogs progress to becoming seniors, some tend to just get some greys, and other dogs seem to get every single aging ailment possible. Suddenly, your happy-go-lucky pouncing pup is now a poster dog for veterinary clinics “ageing and special needs animals” campaigns. Failing eyesight, sore joints and even some accidents are all common ailments in senior pets. Younger pets, because of certain conditions, are ‘special needs’ too. Whether they were born that way, had an accident or just getting old, there are some special considerations you’ll need to make in caring for your special needs animals.


Keeping your vet up-dated. You spend all day with your pet, and your vet gets a 30-minute visit every 2 . . . → Read More →

Wellness Wednesdays

Wellness Wednesdays brings us to Vedder Mountain Veterinary Clinic, in Chilliwack BC. Dr. Leslie Ross and her staff, Ross, Peggy, Haylie and Mary, would like to introduce their patient, Cooper!

Handicapped pet patients are no doubt relieved of a considerable amount of distress and

Cooper a few days laterdiscomfort with your aids. I am pleased to describe my “Cooper the Trooper” case details. Cooper is a seven year old male black and white domestic long-haired cat. He was adopted from a cat-adoption agency when he was a much younger cat by a disabled elderly lady who occupies an independent- living seniors residence. Although she is on a limited income, she . . . → Read More →