March 3, 2003 - February 16, 2018
Bear will have a candle light ceremony on
I encourage all pet owners with special needs or if your pet has crossed over to use this website. It's been a comfort for me. Please join me on March 11... God Bless
Little Bear gets company just about every week for a few days. My brother has a beautiful German Shepherd, Sabbath, he's still an adolescent so he's very playful. Little Bear tries to play with him on his good days. And when Bear Bear is having a rough time and I'm in another room or he's outside and gets stuck behind the garage,
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Little Bear started to have panic attacks from the Cushings Disease and it was hard to take him for his walks. Being blind is bad enough, but to see my little fur baby in pain and just not knowing where to put himself was just killing me inside. He'd start out okay, but not long after he'd be confused and his hips would sag. I'd have to carry him home and then I'd go into a flare up! That's when I saw her pet charm on her IG page! Now he's actually walked a mile a couple of times, it might take a long time, but there's no way I could do it either. As long as he takes his time we can both enjoy the hike. It's not fun if you're in a hurry. His favorite spot is still the I&M Canal Corridor. The trail is wide, lots of things to sniff and great sightseeing like The State Museum, the Gaylord Building where you can sit on the patio outside and order your pooch some goodies. I haven't done it but it's available. If you love to hike or bike, you can start at Rockdale and make your way to Starved Rock!
He actually loves it and just sits there enjoying the weather. I suggest anyone with a disabled pup to get one. I was fortunate enough that someone donated his. And we've used it a lot! Funny how little kids just melt when they see a puppy in a stroller, it's priceless!
The Vet checked him out and said it was pain in his legs where he had the surgery and the Cushings Disease. He got another prescription... More money to spend. And my car? The timing chain. So stress has been just out of control in my house. But my Little Bear is feeling much better.
So, that's about it! I hope to keep this computer in working condition and hopefully Comcast doesn't do anything crazy like change my phone number and service again. Until next time... Thanks for all the support and next I'll be doing a new BLOG on something I hope you all find interesting.
I'm so grateful that Little Bear isn't blind! His vision is just a little bit worse and he seems to have adjusted. Well, at least most of the time. But has had other problems that
Once I got
This month it's been
Well, that's about it for now. I want to thank everyone for helping me out with my fur baby, it means so much to me. Living
Currently this is Little Bears diet:
And for his medications he is getting...
|$10 + per pill|
|$89 Vial $25 Box Syringes|
|GNC Vitamis $12 - $15|
So, It's confirmed, Little Bear is going blind! Yes, he needs more surgery and no, we don't have the money for it. The Vet said that with the Diabetes and Cushings Disease, that it's common to have your pup go blind rather fast due to Cataracts. He could have the laser
Well, here's a little treat for everyone. Thought I'd brighten up the day with one of my favorite animated videos. Paul McCartney and Wings