It’s been a good weekend for Teddy.
Jill says family life is getting back to normal, with Teddy and his sister enjoying some time together on the sofa – the first opportunity they’ve had for a long time.
Jill has re-arranged the furniture to ensure that any areas where Teddy might be interested in jumping onto or off of are fenced off. Her husband has built a ramp to the dog door which Teddy is handling beautifully (we will aim to get a photo of this up soon).
Jill says, “I read on the Tripawds site that if you were bonded to your special dog before, it’s nothing to the bond you have after amputation. This is so very, very true. When I took the two girl Beagles to the vet, Anneke and Alex (vet and vet nurse) wanted to come out to see Teddy. He wasn’t interested in them at all – he only had eyes for me!”
Kathleen Crisley, specialist in dog massage, rehabilitation and nutrition/food therapy, Canine Catering Ltd, Christchurch, New Zealand