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In this Issue:
Kathy Barton and her Fourth Grade Students Celebrate Fifth Anniversary of Groundbreaking Program "How do you teach compassion?"
Wrist wraps now available in smaller sizes for dogs weighing under 25 pounds. Keep their legs healthy and safe.
"Marley and Us" - HandicappedPets.com discussion forum members lend support and follow the post-surgery recovery of a very special dog.
Be safe and fashionable on the water this summer with The Louie Life Jacket.
Handicapped Pets Foundation Provides Mobility Equipment to Pets in Need
Total Body Harness System provides convenient transport for post-operative or arthritic dogs.
Walkin' Wheels new back harness system.
Kathy Barton did not let a recent battle with breast cancer prevent her from celebrating the fifth anniversary of her groundbreaking educational program "How Do You Teach Compassion?".
Kathy and her dog Hope, who is blind and deaf, are co-instructors for the groundbreaking humane education program that was recently featured on News 9 Television in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Read more about Kathy Barton and her remarkable students here.
Teachers around the country have been downloading and using this free classroom curriculum.
The Wrist Wrapslend support to dogs with weak wrists that may need a little extra support when enjoying long walks or hiking the trails.
Now available in smaller sizes to accommodate dogs weighing under 25 pounds, wrist wraps provide a stable, comfortable fit while supporting your dog's forearm and leg. Ideal for Amputee dogs whose remaing leg needs to be well protected.
The neoprene wrap utilizes a secure Velcro closure to remain in place just above the point of flexion.
A very touching example of this community of support is evident in the case of "Marley and Us" - a recent discussion featuring a 13-year old Chow that is recovering from surgery for intervertebral disc disease.
Follow Marley and his family on the road to recovery that includes physical therapy sessions with an underwater treadmill. Join in on this discussion, share your experiences and learn from other caretakers by becoming a member of the forum.
Be safe yet fashionable on the water this year with a Limited Time Offer to purchase the Louie Life Jacket for your water bound hound! The Louie Life Jacket features a generous anatomical cut to ensure ease of mobility and swimming movement. Reflective trim enhances visibility, and the low profile assistance handle makes it easy to life dogs from the water. Available in a range of sizes from XXS to L. To learn more click here.
HandicappedPets Foundation Provides Mobility Equipment to Pets in Need
The Handicapped Pets Foundation recently teamed up with Kathy Barton and her fourth grade class in Velma, Oklahoma to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the "How do you teach compassion?" humane education program. The program uses handicapped pets to teach children about the importance of accepting differences in people and pets. Each year, the children host a variety of events such as bake sales, petting areas and pet parades to raise money for the purchase of wheelchairs for pets in need.
Among the candidates for wheelchairs this year are a cat named "Hugs" that was born without front legs, a dog named "Fandango" that has partial rear leg paralysis, a three-legged Labarador retriever named Sierra and a Boxer/Labrador mix named Niles.
If you would like to support the children's efforts, please reference "Kathy Barton's Fund" in the purpose line at our Make A Donation page. Thank you for your support and for truly making a difference in the lives of handicapped pets!
The Total Body Harness System provides all-in-one support for post operative situations and is also ideal for assisting older, arthritic dogs with tasks such as climbing stairs or entering and exiting an automobile.
Developed by experts in canine rehabilitation, the Total Body Harness is constructed of durable 600-denier nylon and fleece lined for maximum comfort. Quick release buckles and adjustable straps ensure a safe and convenient fit for your canine companion.
We are in the process of developing a new back harness system for the Walkin' Wheels totally adjustable dog wheelchair. This harness system uses padded leg rings instead of the rear harness system. We are in the process of testing this new method.If you have a Walkin' Wheels and would like to be considered as a tester, please let us know.
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