At Nearly 8 Years
It has been ages since we have checked in with you, but our Hank continues to do well. He will be 8 this summer and is finally starting to slow down.
He has been remarkably gentle with our two boys, who joined the family after he did (ages 4 and 3 months). I’ve attached a pic of him inspecting our new addition, as well as one where he is doing what he does best (taking up room on the couch) 🙂
We had a question we wanted to run by you since you’ve surely run into almost everything with this breed. Hank was just diagnosed with a cranial cruciate ligament tear in his hind leg and we are headed down the surgical road. $$$ Is this something you have seen in the past? Just wondering if you had any insight.Thanks again for laying the groundwork for our fabulous pup!Regards, Will and Suzanna
With the rising Veterinary costs, surgery can be costly. We suggest investing in Major Medical for the unforeseen situation such as the ligament tear. There are many other situations that could also require extreme care such as bloat. The aging Weimaraner, like the senior human, will most likely face some medical challenges. Who doesn’t want to be able to give them the best Holistic care possible?
Posted on May 4, 2017, in General Health, Health and Wellness, Pet Insurance, Polka Dot X Zeke, Previous Pup Update and tagged Gray Ghost, Gray Weim, Gray Weimaraner, Washington State Weimar, Washington State Weimaraner, Washington Weim, Washington Weimaraner, Washington Weims. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.