Therapeutic Holistic Dog Massage DVD – A Comprehensive Guide In an effort to help dog owners offer dog pain management for their dogs —WiggleLess offers this highly educational DVD to provide you with some of the most comprehensive, high quality instructional training in the field of Canine Massage Therapy available. You will learn a variety of hands-on canine massage techniques* which, when performed regularly, can help reduce dog pain as well as ...read the full article.
Our shelter dog, LAVERNE, is the new model for our NEW logo. She fits the bill well as she is a schnauzer/dachshund mix who is considered chondrodystrophic with a long back and shorter legs. Her WiggleLess® provides her with all the dog back support she needs on our daily hikes up in the mountains. Laverne is wiry, fiery, and sweet as can be. She is loyal and trustworthy and she ...read the full article.
Basset Hound Back Brace Basset Hound back brace helps “Masey”— a beautiful, rather small young lady who has IVDD. She was rescued from a shelter in Reno, Nevada. Her parents immediately bought her a WiggleLess® back support brace to help with her aching back from carrying all that weight on those short legs. She loves food, outings in the car, crawling onto laps and cuddling with her parents. She oozes ...read the full article.
“Jasper” was rescued from the shelter. He is Chihuahua Lab mix (can you even imagine that one?) His mom says he “cautious” and “skeptical” but ultimately a bed bug. He’s a true blue family dog and as sweet as an Ojai pixie orange! He wears a size Medium Long WiggleLess® when the family takes their walks. It’s always good to have a little more support when you are in a ...read the full article.
Dog Back Support Brace—WIGGLELESS —is getting ready for BIG changes! Seven new sizes. New logo. New site. New products to help your dog! Now more dog owners can help their dogs in need! More sizes of dogs can benefit! STAY TUNED! LOVE AND RESPECT ANIMALS!!
Some were heartwarming, some were sad, and some were evil — but they all made an impact. Here’s our list of the most memorable dog stories of 2012. www.dogster.com LOVE AND RESPECT ANIMALS!
Vest a dog is committed to protecting K-9 lives and building a community network that will learn, share, and grow. Whether funding is needed for a K-9 vest, or you are interested in donating a K-9 vest or starting a local program, or are just plain interested, join us and with your support, we can make their protection a reality. Check out their site and vest a dog! New ...read the full article.
I received an email from a woman wondering what her mixed breed dog was. She was referring to a picture of a dog on our website slideshow that looked exactly like her shelter dog and she wondered what it was. Did you know you can find out what your mixed breed dog is with a simple test? Check it out here: LOVE AND RESPECT ANIMALS!
Here is a current list of Pet food safety recalls and alerts. This information is based on reports and alerts received from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and/or the manufacturers.For more info click on the button below.Please check your cupboards for any suspect foods. Thanks! LOVE AND RESPECT ALL ANIMALS!
With no home, and no one locally willing to adopt, some unwanted cuddle canines would be put to death if not for a team of aviators who connect unwanted animals with those who want a dog. “If it fits, I’ll fly it,” pilot Jeff Bennett said. Find out more by clicking below. LOVE AND RESPECT ALL ANIMALS!
WiggleLess® wants to salute ‘Companion Pet Rescue & Transport’. Formed by Director Molli Bowen in 2004 to assist the unwanted and homeless dogs and puppies in West Tennessee. In the process of helping them, CPR’s volunteers strive to help the families that find themselves with custody of the unwanted and homeless. Since their beginning, they have rehomed over 7,500 dogs and puppies. This feat has been accomplished thru a vast ...read the full article.
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I’ve added a new category called “Working Dogs”. It will included information and stories about how are canine companions are helping out mankind. click the link below to read the story about Max and how his nose is helping to find spotted owls in the Pacific Northwest. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/08/120815174906.htm LOVE AND RESPECT ANIMALS!