Accommodating Wobbler’s

Our house has a new fixture.

This is new.

In order to help accommodate Moses’ current reduction in range of motion, the Husband whipped this ramp together the very evening of our initial vet appointments.

It works!

The ramp is now Moses’ sole entry and exit to the house and it helps to cut the incline in half.

Even though stairs are a mandatory vet restriction, the ramp would be inevitable; getting the big guy in and out of the car alone is quite the endeavour – equal parts comical and sad.

But the CT Scan and (probably) surgery are exactly one week away now, and although surgery is of course itself risky, I am focusing on looking forward to getting Mo on the road to recovery.

7 days, buddy

[Update:  it’s not Wobbler’s.  You can read more here.]

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About ThatJenK
Writing from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 90% pictures of my dogs; 10% miscellaneous opinions nobody asked for.

3 Responses to Accommodating Wobbler’s

  1. We’ll be thinking about the big guy and his road to recovery! It’s ironic that I’ve become a better dog-walker because of you, and your dog-walking activities have been so restricted!

  2. 2browndawgs says:

    Oh my. Just discovered your blog. Moses sure has been through it. We hope his surgery goes well and he has a full recovery.

    We see poor Moses bloated too. We have a dog just recovering from bloat surgery.

  3. Jasmine says:

    Awesome ramp! We built one after Jasmine’s knee surgery also. These things are great help and safety precaution.

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