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Disclaimer

This information is based on the opinions and experiences of pet caretakers and is not to be considered as professional health advice. Check with your veterinarian first. Please view the full Disclaimer for more information. I am in no way a veterinarian or even a vet tech I am only offering my own information on what is happening in my situation with my pet.

Creating an account

Due to a problem with spam, new accounts must be approved by an administrator. If you would like to write an article, please send an email to needhelp08 @ handicappedpets.com (remove spaces) and you will be given an account. Please excuse the inconvenience and do not let it get in the way of writing your article. The more you contribute, the more pets can be helped.

Getting started

The purpose of these pages is to create an Encyclopedia of problems faced by caretakers of elderly, disabled, injured, and handicapped pets.

For example, there is an article about how to "Express a dog or cat." You can find it by typing "Express" in the search box.

If you have something to add to this article, or would like to make a change, go ahead and do so (you'll need to log in, or create a login name). Don't be shy, mistakes are easy for us to fix.

If you know a great deal about a topic, like Amputation, go ahead and create an article. Others will edit it, refine it, and add to it. Eventually we'll have a place we can go for advice, suggestions, information, and discussion.

To add an article, type the title of the article into the Search Box and press GO (not Search) If there is not already an article by that name, you'll be given the opportunity to create it. Please capitalize only the first letter of the first word of each article title.

Email me at MarkC@HandicappedPets.com if you have questions.

Note: The Article about Angel, the amputee, has been moved to HandicappedPets.org.

Articles

Allpages (Alphabetical list of all articles)

Bladder care

Express a dog or cat

Urinary tract infection

Blindness

Blind dogs

Lethal White Aussie

Bowel care

Bowel management in incontinent pets

Cancer

Canine osteosarcoma

Fentanyl

Connection and communication

Animal communication

Diapers and male wraps

Diapers and male wraps

Male wrap with handles

Equipment

Automobile conversion for a disabled dog

Center a heavy dog on his bed

Diaper pail

Engine hoist for a heavy dog

Homemade quad cart for a severely disabled cat

Litterbox for handicapped pet

Recessed litterbox

Stroller

Legal matters

Tax-exempt non-profit organizations

Mobility problems

Ankylosis

Clicker-training for cart use

Hip dysplasia

Routine care

First aid kit

Holistic health

Massage therapy for dogs

Natural care

Pet massage

Vaccination

Treatments

Acupuncture

Holistic care for paralysis

Physical therapy for paralysis

International

中文

怎样帮你的宠物排尿 (How to express your pet)

Česky

Vymáčknutí měchýře u Vašeho psa nebo kočky

Správné fungování střev u mazlíčků, kteří neudrží stolici

Dansk

Hvordan dit kæledyrs blære kan udtømmes

Deutsch

Manuelles Ausmassieren der Blase von Hund und/oder Katze

Español

Vaciar a un perro o a un gato

Français

Vider la vessie d’un chien ou d’un chat

Italiano

Spremere la vescica a un cane o a un gatto

Gestione della funzionalità intestinale in animali da compagnia incontinenti

日本語

ペットの膀胱を圧迫して排尿させる方法(圧迫排尿)

Nederlands

Hoe de blaas van je huisdier te ledigen

Română

Golirea manuală a vezicii unui câine sau a unei pisici

Evacuarea intestinală la animale de casă care suferă de incontinenţă