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  • And this is Just How it Is.

    from Joyful Paws

    Saturday August 30th, 2014 at 07:36 AM

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    If I dont make the bed right away in the morning, Kylie beats me to the punch and makes herself cozy after eating her breakfast.

    And you know what I like about my wiser, older self? So what. So what if the bed does not get made for a couple of hours. I just make half of the bed and let her linger as long as she wants. This is what mattersher happiness.

    No one is going to care if my bed is made or not. But I care that Kylie is happy and content. This is just how it is and I like it. Such a...

  • IPAWaid – Integrating People for Animal Wellness – Special Needs Pet Resource

    from Joyful Paws

    Friday August 29th, 2014 at 10:08 AM

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    Through a series of events, which I hope to share in a very special story soon, Im really honored and proud to have been asked to be a resource for iPaw. This is a non-profit organization started by Dr. Jodie, a holistic veterinarian in Wisconsin.

    iPaw Integrating People for Animal Wellness We are the resource for special needs pets! We are the match makers for donors and caregivers who love to help animals! We never give up!

    I will be listed on their resource page (coming soon!) as someone...

  • Letting Go.

    from Joyful Paws

    Thursday August 28th, 2014 at 10:24 AM

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    Letting go to make room for new things to expand and evolve in your life at first sounds easy, doesnt it? Though the times Ive found it hardest to let go is when it is something I enjoy.

    As fall is approaching I have some new projects I want to consider, and an adventure I want to explore and take part in. That meant letting go to open space for this to allow to unfold.

    Little signs were calling out to me, but at times I tried to push them aside. It is sometimes easier to stay with what we...

  • Meet Princess & Lenny: This makes 29 Paralyzed Dogs Helped with a Wheelchair

    from Joyful Paws

    Wednesday August 27th, 2014 at 11:49 AM

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    We are moving and shaking big time the happy dance today here at Joyful Paw Headquarters with two new dogs we get to share with you who are the recipients of a wheelchair courtesy of The Frankie Wheelchair Fund.

    First, meet Princess. She is the 28th dog weve been honored to help! She is still getting used to her wheels, but doing a little bit better every day according to those that love her dearly. From her ears beginning to fly out to the side as in this photo, Id say she is making great...

  • Sunbathing Weenie

    from Joyful Paws

    Tuesday August 26th, 2014 at 01:41 PM

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    It seems as if this ledge was made for just the right sized weenie. Not too narrow and not too wide to fit this 9 lb., 12- inch long sausage dog.

    The perfect spot at the end of a hard working day of napping in my writing cottage. Miss G loves this time to soak in a bit of the sun beating down from the west.

    You can almost smell the sausage baking, cant you? Mmm. Mmm. good.

    Well, I could eat up this little love in terms of squeezing her tight and smooching the sides of her snout at least one...

  • Cost of a Dog Wheelchair (dog cart)? Quality of Life: Priceless.

    from Joyful Paws

    Monday August 25th, 2014 at 02:07 PM

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    Photo courtesy of Eddies Wheels website

    When Frankie needed a wheelchair back in 2006 I had no idea they even made wheelchairs for dogs. I learned about them as Frankie was heading into surgery for a ruptured disk. The surgeon assured me at the time if the surgery wasnt a success, Frankie could go on to live a quality life in a wheelchair.

    I also had no idea how much they cost, but put it out of my mind because I wanted so badly for her to walk on her own again. I dont think many people would...

  • To Whom it May Concern.

    from Joyful Paws

    Sunday August 24th, 2014 at 11:01 AM

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    Someone was awfully sneaky around our house early Friday evening. John and I were outside on our deck enjoying an adult beverage. When I went in the house to refresh my beverage, I saw a bag hanging on the handle of the front door. I cant believe the gift bandit didnt get caught!

    Tucked inside was this pretty dachshund scarf and colorful wiener dog cup. So, to whom it may concern I say a big thank you. I guess it is pretty obvious I adore dachshunds. To have this scarf and cup as part of my...

  • Love & Support Dogs in Wheelchairs – Will You Help Me Spread the Word?

    from Joyful Paws

    Wednesday August 20th, 2014 at 06:57 AM

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    Something very near and dear to me is fast approaching

    September 22nd is National Walk N Roll Dog Day!

    This is the 3rd year for this special day founded in memory of Frankie the Walk N Roll Dog and honoring ALL dogs in wheelchairs around the world! **On a special side note: Frankie would have been 15 today.

    We are celebrating this special event with two new items weve launched just for you to help us spread the word. But first let me share with you what has happened since our 2nd annual year of...

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