[the winner is...] Hero Dog of the Year!

October 30th, 2020 at 11:38 am EST
Hello Friend,

I hope you and all of your family (furry and not so furry kind) are doing well. 

Things in my dog/cat world are happy and healthy... the weather turned from Summer to Winter crazily FAST which I may have had a hard time adjusting too, yet the critters ( as pictured below) are adjusting to fine..

Tula just wants to be outside....run, pee play and repeat...

Murray the cat is happy to be inside sleeping and eating.

Good to know what you want :-)

Tula is now getting older...she's 8.... a bit stiffer after a run...not jumping UP as much..

A little early Arthritis.. ( i can relate)

She's been responding well to my Ultimate Canine ADVANCED with it's additional EFA's and 95% curcumin.. I have been thinking of taking some myself ( just kidding...sort of)

If you have an arthritic dog, this is a good one to consider

Little dog is big deal

A tiny Chihuahua stole the hearts of voters for this year’s American Humane Hero Dog Awards

MacKenzie, a four-pound Chihuahua, was crowned “most heroic canine” at this year’s American Humane Hero Dog Awards. Photo courtesy American Humane

MacKenzie, a 4-lb. Chihuahua, was crowned “most heroic canine” at this year’s American Humane Hero Dog Awards.

As the old adage states, “Good things come in small packages.”

This was certainly the case for this year’s American Humane Hero Dog Awards, which saw the top prize of “most heroic canine” go to MacKenzie, a Chihuahua, weighing just 4 lbs. (1.8 kg).

The pooch bested 407 competitors across the U.S. to take the proverbial crown in a contest that garnered more than a million votes from the American public.

The New York-native first impressed a panel of celebrity judges—including Erik Estrada, Danielle Fishel, and Ariel Winter—and ultimately took the top title in her individual category, “Hero shelter dog of the year,” before moving on to the finals.

Born with a cleft palate, MacKenzie contracted aspiration pneumonia as a pup, which nearly took her life, American Humane says. These days, she works as a surrogate, offering comfort and security to baby rescue animals born with birth defects who have been separated from their birth mothers. MacKenzie also interacts with young children at schools to help teach open-mindedness toward animals and people with physical differences.

“The American Humane Hero Dog Awards were created to honor some of the world’s most extraordinary heroes,” says the group’s CEO, Robin Ganzert, PhD. “These heroic canines have gone above and beyond the call of duty, saving lives on the battlefield, comforting the ill and aged, and reminding us of the powerful, age-old bond between animals and people.”

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S. Awesome story and How can you not LOVE dogs :-)

P.P.S. Ultimate Canine ADVANCED is getting some wonderful reviews from dog parents...

You can get your ADVANCED help my dog with arthritis supplement here.

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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