MIRACLE LIKE TREATMENT FOR HIP DYSPLASIA
One of our dogs 'Dana' was suffering for Hip Dysplasia so badly she could hardly get up
or walk. The dog was in so much pain she had to be given medication to stop her from crying.
She is a wonderful dog and a good 'security officer'. She was retired and put on a pension. Unfortunately, her condition deteriorated so fast that she could hardly move. She started to lose muscle and looked so bad we even considered having her put down--the problem was no one would make that decision.
Dr. Angus Mc Kibbin, a good friend and pet doctor 'magician' suggested we try a new technique he had recently discovered.
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED
1. We took Dana to Angus' clinic at 7:30 am
2. We collected her at 12:30 pm
3. Dana showed four small puncture marks in her rump
4. Dana was running and chasing her brother by 3:30 pm!
5. The operation cost was just over $300.00
6. She was off medication two weeks later
7. Three months later: she is back at work and looking good!
8. Three years later she is retired. She is an older dog but still mobile
Safecity Training Academy and
'Dana' are grateful to Dr. Angus Mc Kibbin and his staff at Keppel Street
For information about this procedure please write a letter to
Dr. Angus Mc Kibbin - Veterinary Surgeon
Stewart Street Veterinary Clinic
156 Stewart Street
BATHURST NSW 2795 AUSTRALIA
IMPORTANT: MAKE SURE TO
INCLUDE A STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH YOUR LETTER.
Please do not contact Safecity as we are unable to answer questions about this procedure--all we know is that it worked with our dogs. Also please do not ask for Angus E-mail or contact numbers. Thanks (:þ)
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Be an experienced security officer
Be intelligent, alert and mentally stable
Have a strong character
Have a patient and persevering nature
Maintain a high degree of fitness
Have a genuine liking for dogs
Be dedicated to the well-being of the dog
Alex and Sen. Const. 'Shama' © Dr. A. Wilon
This month we introduce the:
The origins of the German
Shepherd is attributed to a group of Scottish monks. About the year 1000 AD the
monks created a new breed of watchdogs by crossing local sheepdogs with wolves.
The result was a breed of intelligent, strong, fierce dogs which were easy to
train. The dogs proved to be an asset to the monks by defending the monastery
The German Shepherd was first presented officially at the Stutgart Dog Show in 1887. Because of its origin from wolves, it was commonly but incorrectly called 'Wolf-Dog'. From that time this magnificent dog has achieved an undisputed reputation for loyalty, courage, intelligence and tracking abilities.
In 1891 the Phylax Society was formed to help create and promote standards in native German breeds. Three years later the society disbanded, but it had set into motion the foundatios of the German Shepherd breed.
Captain Max von Stephanitz is considered to be the 'father of the breed'.
In 1899, while visiting a
show, he purchased a dog that had impressed him. Captain von Stephanitz
subsequently formed a society, the 'Verien fur deutsche Schaferhunde (sv)'. This
marked the official beginning of the German Shepherd breed.
During World War II German Shepherd dogs were responsible for saving thousands of lives: searching for wounded persons, transporting medicine and messages under artillery fire and acting as sentries.
The German Shepherd needs a handler of strong character and confidence. These dogs have an uncanny ability to sense weakness in their handlers.
Brave 'Arnie' a NSW Police Dog who suffered terrible injuries while chasing offenders. Arnie made a good recovery but had to be retired. He is now serving at the RSPCA as 'chief' security dog. Photo courtesy RSPCA.
They require frequent training and need plenty of exercise. When properly handled the dog will form a strong bond with its master and his or her immediate family.
Fortunately the breed has suffered little interference from 'fashion breeding' and has retained its distinctive characteristics.
The German Shepherd is an excellent choice for police and security work and is the preferred breed of most law enforcement agencies in the world.
Safecity Training Academy has adopted the German Shepherd for its security activities.
The ideal dog should be between 64 to 66 cm in height and between 38 to 44Kg in weight. Overweight dogs should not be used as they are prone to heart attacks and fatigue.
Avoid dogs with a short muzzle, jaws that do not meet properly, bow legs and poor balance.
Always buy German Shepherds pups from registered, reputable breeders. Registered breeders are compelled to x-ray the dame and sire before breeding. This is done to help stamp out Hip Dysplasia, an inherited deformity of the hip joint which causes pain and lameness in German Shepherds.
German Shepherds for
adoption. Click on the dog to give a German
Shepherd a second chance. Visit this site and adopt an orphan. I have rescued
many GS dogs in the past. The love and loyalty you get in return is just magic.
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