BlogPaws Community Member, Barbara Techel, shares cutie pie, Joie, experiencing her first snow in Wisconsin. Looks like someone is totally ready for winter.
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Adorable! We are still waiting for our first snow.
Stay warm, little cutie! 🙂
What a sweetie!
Barbara is the best! Frankie is a legend. And what a beautiful picture of Joie!
Hey it’s Jet here.
Living in the tropics, I’ve only heard about the white stuff… looks like so much fun to play in.
Joie looks super cute and ready to roll.
You look all wrapped up and ready to rumble in the snow! Totally cute! Snowy Wagging Wordless Wednesday!
oh what a sweetie pie!
Brrrr…good thing she’s got that super cute hat to help keep warm!
Aw, thanks for featuring Joie! She is my 2nd dog with IVDD. Frankie the Walk ‘N Roll Dog was my first, and now I can’t help myself but love these special wheelie dogs. Frankie passed in June and I thought my heart would never stop hurting. Joie has certainly helped me feel better. She came from Oregon Dachshund Rescue (thank you ODR!) and has been with us two months now. She is pure joy and love…. just like all doggie’s, right? Merry Christmas!
Wow it’s hard enough to walk in snow…rolling in it with wheels must really make for a good workout!
Hey Barbara, my good friend and fellow Cocker mom, Kim Kiernan, has a dog with IVDD and she has had 2 surgeries and she is looking for some assistance. Might I be able to connect her with you so she can ask some questions and connect with a fellow IVDD dog mom? She is a vet tech and has gone through a lot.
Carol, Absolutely yes, send her my way. I’m always happy to help. She can email me or call me– both my email and phone # are on my contact page, http://joyfulpaws.com/contact/
Also for anyone else, a wonderful resource to keep on hand if you dog is ever diagnosed with IVDD is http://www.dodgerslist.com
Adorable! Glad to see that little sweetie being able to make it through the snow. It gets deep here so we usually have to shovel out a spot for our pup.