NYC BookExpo and BookCon are in Full Effect. Come by and visit this once in a lifetime event. We are at booth 1465!

http://www.bookexpoamerica.com/

Me, My Dog and a Sheep is a featured exhibitor at:

MAY 30 – JUNE 3, 2018

JAVITS CENTER

655 W 34TH ST, NEW YORK, NY

So far it is a lot of fun and an educational experience.  From Diary of a Wimpy Kid to Bill Clinton and James Patterson, the BookExpo/BookCon features a very eclectic and diverse atmosphere for all book lovers.  There is even now a section of other products that you can purchase at the show.  Me, My Dog and a Sheep will be selling autographed books to the public this Saturday and Sunday.  We also have Grizzy bookmarks, a running contest, and some surprise giveaways.  Word is Mr. Griz may be making an appearance on Saturday.  More to follow on that.  Hope to see you there.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo2WM4VR-EP6ay5aY5GxOuA?view_as=subscriber

30 Days of Grizzy’s Post-Operative and our Lessons Learned about Home care – Be Aware

 

It is really difficult to find a rehab specialist that has the resource, skills, and willpower to get a large dog that is paralyzed to walk.  In fact, I looked over the entire tri-state area and found one.  Thank GOD I did.  Shaker Vet, in Lathem NY.  For a dog as bit as Griz, you need inpatient.  This is unless you are very close and bring him every day.  I recently looked at some prestigious surgical center in the greater NYC area.  I have not found one with rehab.  There are rebab centers, but they are going to e-rehab.  What is that you say?  They look at your dog, and they figure out exercises that may help him that you can watch or print and you go home with them to try on our own.  While this price is much lower, I can’t imagine success in many.  Particularly the skill required, equipment, education and skill required to get a paralyzed dog to walk.  Here is a link.  It is just a heads up to be cautioned.  I reviewed the internet for exercises for months, bought books and even had local PT to my home to show me techniques.  In my case and I’d bet any large breed e-rehab will not work unless you are trained in veterinary care.  Here is an example: https://canineexercise.com/

https://www.facebook.com/CanineExerciseSolutions

A Year in Review

 

Just food for thought from experience.