Understanding the glucose parameter in your pet’s urine home test is extremely important.
“Only we know how small a price we pay for what we receive; our grief, no matter how powerful it may be, is an insufficient measure of the joy we have been given.”
Practicing early detection by using ThePetCheckup between routine veterinary visits provides peace of mind to the dog and cat owner.
One of my favorite quotes:
“It is said that the beating of a butterfly’s wing is felt by the farthest star. All things are connected. With each act of kindness, with each loving thought, with each prayer, the entire world is lifted closer to a state of grace for all beings.”
Sharon Callahan, Animal Communicator www.anaflora.com
There is a wonderful video of a young man who rescued a baby hummingbird after the little bird was attacked. One of the sweetest things ever. His rescuer provides more information on the link too….it’s a proud day for the human race!
Over the years, I have read many words meant to comfort the loss of an animal companion. Some helped. Some not so much. I know it is a subjective thing.
But I recently saw a page on www.olddoghaven.org that really spoke to me deeply and I wanted to share it. There is a great deal of wisdom and truth here and well-written. It is not easy to put these feelings into words.
Here is the link:
With the excessively warm weather that many of us are enduring, it is important to keep a close eye on our pets.
In the high humidity, most dogs and cats are pretty lethargic – spending more time sleeping and resting. It is important to make sure that there is not an underlying cause for the lethargy such as a kidney or urinary tract infection.
Using ThePetCheckup monthly is important any time of year, but especially so in extreme weather conditions that could be masking a potential problem.
Another nice testimonial from a customer for ThePetCheckup. It really sums up how helpful this product is:
If you love your pet and want to be pro-active in their health care than this is something that you must have. I have 4 dogs and routinely utilize ThePetCheckup to monitor their urine levels. Since so many diseases can be detected through the urine, ThePetCheckup gives me peace of mind by allowing me to monitor my dogs between routine vet exams. I truly believe by using ThePetCheckup along with routine vet care I am giving my pets the best possible care.”
—Marie, New Jersey
Best Friends Animal Society (www.bestfriends.org) had an update this morning about Lucas. He had exploratory surgery last week and the biopsy results were good!
The masses found in Lucas’ liver and spleen were not cancerous. His anemia that comes with having babesia will continue to be treated as it has been since he arrived at the Sanctuary.
I had never heard of babesia before, but it is a blood parasite that can be passed between dogs through deep puncture wounds, such as those inflicted during fighting. The condition can be managed with medication, but one of the side effects of babesia is anemia.
(from Best Friends) “He has been discharged from the clinic and back with his caregivers, where he’s getting his usual dose of TLC, with perhaps a tad more “T”!”
You can read more about this very special dog on the Best Friends website.
My family is not confined to mother, mate, and child; but it includes all creatures be they tame or wild; my family upon this earth includes all living things, on land, or in the ocean deep, or borne aloft on wings.
~ Alicia S. Carpenter