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Our "Under Construction" News Blog
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 14 February, 2017 at 18:15||comments (349)|
It is with a heavy heart that we report that our dog, son, best friend, mentor and the inspiration behind the formation of Capable Canines, Buddy 2, passed over the Rainbow Bridge recently. He did not suffer and had led a happy, fullfilling life, giving back to so very many. Sometimes the hardest thing in life to do is to do the right thing. That means letting our loved ones go peacefully and with dignity, even though every inch of ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 19 July, 2012 at 17:25||comments (55)|
We have some mixed blessings to report for Snowball. Unfortunately he has been diagnosed with lung cancer and cancer may have been the cause of his neurologic problems with his hind end too. The vet feels that the most humane thing to do is to put Snowball to sleep.
Turning to the good in this sad news: Snowball got the best possible treatment during his last few months. He was surrounded by people who loved him and cared for him, he was able ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 5 July, 2012 at 2:00||comments (46)|
June was a red letter month for Snowball the 120 lb.+ rescue dog at the shelter. He arrived scooting and dragging his hind quarters, unable to weight bear on his hind end. Buddy Too donated his first cart to Snowball and a team of animal lovers went to work to fit the cart to Snowball. He was able to walk around under his own power for the first time since he was...Read Full Post »
Our first, very basic video on how to express a dog's bladder has been posted!
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 18 June, 2012 at 23:15||comments (35)|
We are very excited to finally have our first "how-to" video actually posted. This is a VERY ...Read Full Post »
Our Intro Video is finally posted!! Please check it out.
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 15 May, 2012 at 10:20||comments (2)|
Our Intro Video is finally finished and we are getting ready to do the videos on bladder and bowel expression very soon. Please take a moment and watch the Intro VideoRead Full Post »
The Danger of Bladder Infections
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 22 September, 2011 at 9:40||comments (605)|
We were painfully reminded just recently of how important it is to completely express your dog's bladder. Our dog contracted a nasty bladder infection and it was all because I simply became impatient and did not take the time to insure that his bladder was completely empty.
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OFF TO SHOOT SEVERAL NEW VIDEOS!!
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 7 August, 2011 at 11:35||comments (54)|
Well, we are off today to shoot several new videos, specifically on bladder expression. These will be short and will show several views as well as some of the techniques we have discovered that work very, very well . These can be done by anyone, on any dog, in virtually in any place, without creating a mess. The key is to totally relax and to convey that sense of relaxation and quiet confidence to your dog, who is totally trusting you. ...Read Full Post »
Thanks to everyone for the wonderful and inspiring feedback!!
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 1 August, 2011 at 13:28||comments (1)|
It was really gratifying to receive all of the great comments and suggestions for the web site and for the videos. You know, when you think about it, this web site is really all of ours-everyone has had a say in pretty much every phase of its development, from the actual name of the site to the content and finally, to the format and subject matter covered in our videos. As we go forward, we hope that you will refer the site to everyo...Read Full Post »
Our First Video has Finally Been Uploaded!!
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 31 July, 2011 at 20:50||comments (3)|
Finally!! After much trial and tribulation, we have finally managed to successfully upload our first video to our site. This is just a very simple clip showing how much Buddy2 enjoys his life, even though he is both paralyzed in his back end and completely incontinent. I really must apologize for the sound quality and the wind- it was just blasting that day up at...Read Full Post »
Back from Washington
|Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on 17 June, 2011 at 0:33||comments (7)|
We just returned from a trip to Washington