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Corgi getting older...and I'm having a hard time with it...

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    #21
    Corgimom2 I sent you a PM.
    "We need a pinned ears icon." -MysticOakRanch

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    • #22
      dont overlook the quality of her vision in her issues with locomotion <3
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        #23
        Originally posted by hoopoe View Post
        dont overlook the quality of her vision in her issues with locomotion <3
        Thanks, hoopoe. This is an old thread that corgimom2 commented on because she is dealing with an aging Corgi now, too. My Daisy crossed the Rainbow Bridge later in the year of the original post. She was a great dog!
        "We need a pinned ears icon." -MysticOakRanch

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        • #24
          It's good to know that others struggle, too. My 12 year old mini Aussie has slowed down a LOT and it's got me terrified...

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            Originally posted by iberianfan View Post
            It's good to know that others struggle, too. My 12 year old mini Aussie has slowed down a LOT and it's got me terrified...
            It’s hard to see them slow down. My almost10-yo lab, who is a very big boy, is slowing down, too, and it’s hard not to think about what you know is coming eventually. They are such good friends to us, aren’t they?
            Last edited by seabreeze; Jun. 6, 2019, 02:23 PM.
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            • #26
              I agree totally and wish this was one club I didn't have a active membership in. I lost my male Bernese Mountain Dog 4 years ago to a massive bleed out, leaving me with only my female.

              She is now a little over 10, a good long life for a Berner. She has slowed down, her eyes are cloudy, she needs a run at the bed to get on. I live in fear of losing her, so any little difference in behaviour is cause for concern. She is literally my shadow and I dread the day I walk alone.

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                Originally posted by CaliforniaDreamer View Post
                I agree totally and wish this was one club I didn't have a active membership in. I lost my male Bernese Mountain Dog 4 years ago to a massive bleed out, leaving me with only my female.

                She is now a little over 10, a good long life for a Berner. She has slowed down, her eyes are cloudy, she needs a run at the bed to get on. I live in fear of losing her, so any little difference in behaviour is cause for concern. She is literally my shadow and I dread the day I walk alone.
                I truly understand. If only they could live happily and comfortably a little longer...but I suppose it would never be long enough. Sigh.
                "We need a pinned ears icon." -MysticOakRanch

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                • #28
                  We are Another one, our last dog, Daizey a b&w springer spaniel, is 14 1/2 and we are on borrowed time. Mostly blind and deaf. We assist on the stairs-up and down. Thank heavens she wears a harness! I’m dreading the day that I know is coming. Vet put her on ostiflex and glucosamine 1500 mg. They seem to have helped so we’re hanging in. As long as she still has good days we will give her as good a life as we can.
                  Not my monkeys, not my circus.

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                  • #29
                    Sent my 13-year old to "The Bridge" last Friday. They never live long enough. Losing them is the price we pay for their devotion not what is paid to their breeder.

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                      Originally posted by seabreeze View Post
                      In the past few months, she has begun to gradually lose her ability to keep her little hind legs under her on non-carpeted floors.
                      I've had several friends with geriatric dogs who had issues with slipping on hard floors, who have had great luck with Dr Buzby's Toe Grips: https://toegrips.com/

                      Getting traction back can be a huge quality-of-life improvement for senior dogs!

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