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Callie and Beau - happy potty breaks

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I've been waiting a bit to write a review, as I wanted to be confident that what I was seeing in Callie and Beau was product related and not me projecting onto them. Here's what I've observed so far, with some back story. I adopted Callie and Beau 13 months ago. Their previous owner had developed Alzheimer's, and they were surrendered to a shelter in Mississippi. A local rescue group transported them to the Chicago area. Despite their obvious cuteness, they stayed in a shelter environment for about 6 months due to their ages and the desire to keep them...

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The Story of Ellie: how Ewegurt helped her become a loving family member!

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Rescued from a cruel situation, a small Puppy Mill, Ellie is now safe in a loving home. Ellie, a 2 year old Miniature Pinscher, was rescued with 5 other dogs. They were living in deplorable conditions, in a barn in mud with no human contact or affection, and were used just for breeding. Ellie came to her present home after being fostered by another family. She was feral, having lived with no human interaction, therefore touching her was almost impossible. She was also pregnant. After she had her puppies, she fractured her back leg. The operation to mend her leg...

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Casper, rescued by the Beagle Freedom Project, and Linus enjoying Ewegurt

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[video width="960" height="540" m4v="http://ewegurt.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/ewegurt.m4v"][/video] Casper, one of four beagles freed in April 2014, was adopted by the Foster family of Naperville. While Shannon Keith, president and founder of the Beagle Freedom Project, said the animals are happily adjusting to their new homes, the conditions they left behind are still a reality for thousands of animals that have yet to be released. "Animal testing is still as big as it ever was," Keith told The Huffington Post. "There are hundreds of thousands of animals in the U.S. being tested. Every animal you can think of is being used -- rats to...

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Seizures in Dogs- Dino's Story

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Dino, my big redheaded Golden Retriever, had his first grand mal seizure at 4 years old at about 5 am. I remember it so well because at the time I thought he was dying right before my eyes and I was totally helpless. I was returning from the bathroom, about to climb back into our warm bed, when I saw Dino convulsing on the floor with legs stiff, eyes bulging and in a trance. I knelt before him and just held him with tears flowing freely. After about 3 minutes, that seemed more like an hour, he slowly came out...

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