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♥ United Airlines Shipping
Don’t live in Texas and can not pickup? We offer air shipping via United Airlines to all mainland states.
- Of course local pickup at our residence is always free and available.
- Air Shipping includes:
- Airline approved Kennel
- Veterinary Health Certificate
- Airline Ticket
♥ 45 Day Extended Health Guarantee with 2 year Genetic Guarantee
Nutri-Cal is a calorie supplement that provides extra energy in an easily digested, low volume gel. Most importantly, for over 50 years Nutri-Cal has been successfully used for stressed or debilitated animals, those suffering from illness, surgery or whelping, aging animals or just plain picky eaters. Non-Shedding and Hypoallergenic
Please note that this price includes: the Homeagain microchip, the installation of the microchip, Homeagain dog tag and registration paperwork. You can register your microchip for free @ freepetchipregistry.com. We highly recommend this service.
♥ Tail Docking
What Are Docked Tails?
Historically, tails were docked (or “curtailed”) to prevent injury to them during work. Centuries ago when only nobility was allowed to own certain kinds of dogs, a commoner’s “cur” dog had his tail docked to easily tell him apart from purebred dogs owned by the aristocracy. Today the American Kennel Club member dog breed clubs include docked tails in more than forty breed standards.
How Docking is Done?
♥ Nutrical – Required for all t-cups and toys
Hypoglycemia: a serious condition that risks the life of the puppy
When dogs develop a condition known as hypoglycemia, it means their blood sugar levels have become critically and dangerously low. Very often this happens when dogs suffer from diabetes and have been given too much insulin. Glucose is the body’s main source of energy so when this gets too low, dogs have extremely low levels of energy which could even result in them losing consciousness and passing out.
What Causes Hypoglycemia?
A dog can suffer low levels of sugar in their blood for reasons other than suffering from diabetes. However, it is not a primary health disorder, but rather a secondary condition that develops because of some other underlying health issue. A dog’s brain needs to receive glucose for it to function correctly and the reason for this is that the brain is unable to store or create glucose itself. When the levels fall dangerously low, this is when things start to go wrong and they develop hypoglycemia. It is a condition that requires immediate veterinary intervention because if left for too long, it can prove fatal.
Signs to Watch Out For
When a dog starts developing hypoglycemia, they show definite signs of there being something wrong with them. The symptoms to watch out for include the following:
- A lack of appetite leading to dogs developing anorexia
- An increase in appetite
- Unstable on their feet, dogs have blurred vision
- Dogs appear confused and disoriented
- Loss of consciousness
- Very occasionally a dog will suffer a seizure
- Shivering and tremors
- Palpitations – heart