Caring for a Three Legged Dog or Cat
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I have a very lightly used medium EzyDog Convert harness to offer and am happy to mail it to someone who can benefit from it.
I liked the design of the harness, but unfortunately it doesn’t work well with Jack’s body shape and we’ve been using the Ruffwear harness instead.
24 October 2016
Is this harness still up for offer? Tungsten Blue is 2 months post amp (rear). Things were going great with him getting around on 3 legs, life was great! Then about a week ago he developed either an embolism or some nerve damage and he is now paralyzed in the rear leg. At this time we are in need of assistance to get him around. If this is still available we sure could use it. What size dog might the medium fit? He is about 45 lbs with a girth of about 27in
Tungsten Blue, diagnosed with osteosarcoma August 2016, rear leg removed 28 October 2016, left us on 12/13/16, he will be greatly missed.
Really sorry to hear about Tungsten’s mobility issues. I hope he starts feeling better soon.
Just FYI, this harness is a great walking harness but the Webmaster is much better in situations like this. The Get-a-Grip even moreso. You may want to post a “wanted” call out here for those in a Medium.