10 Tips for Paddling with High Anxiety Dogs from pro paddler Samantha Dishman of Salty Dog Paddle. Article originally published in supconnect magazine.
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The following questions are the most often questions we receive daily, so we decided to remove them from the Frequently Asked Questions page and give them their own dedicated page.
Meet Ludacris! This sweet boy is 7 years young and needs our help! Poor Luda suffered severe damage to his knee and attached ligaments and needs surgery in order to walk again. Can you help us raise enough funds to get this sweet pup back to his old happy self?! Luda loves being active, playing at the beach and going paddleboarding. He is a true Salty Dog! 100% of donations and sales from all of our Salty Dog Swag and apparel will go directly towards his medical care.
What is a Salty Dog of the Month? Salty Dog Paddle strives to do everything and anything we can to save the lives of severely injured domestic animals or marinelife in America. Our goal is to help those animals that no one else is either willing or able to. Each month our Board of Advisors Read more about Nominate our Next Salty Dog of the Month[…]
Meet out Salty Dog for October. Archer is Between 1-2 years old and just a very sweet boy. It is horrible to imagine the type of person who would dump a dog at the shelter in this condition. Leaving all responsibility and accountability for their pet at the door. The severe burns you see on his back were caused by chemicals.
Meet our Salty Dog of the month for August, “Little Bean.”
This 2-week-old Chinese crested pup was rescued from a puppy mill. He needs a cleft pallet surgery once he is 8 weeks old. It’s a miracle he is alive today!
We will be getting an estimate shortly for his surgery.
Meet our Salty Dog of the month for June, Dutch. He is an 8-9 year old staffy who was rescued from a terrible situation with the help of police in February. It was discovered he had six foreign objects in his stomach and intestines. It turned out to be a hard-plastic ball which we believe he ate out of starvation when he was with the former owner. The vet said he needed emergency surgery so his rescuers (and now forever family) paid themselves to have the plastic surgically removed.
Meet our Salty Dog of the month for the month of May, Sawyer. We chose Sawyer because the chances of making a full recovery are very high despite his condition! Sawyer has a growing tumor infiltrating his ear canal and causing him severe pain, so he needs surgery to remove it as soon as possible before it potentially spreads.
This month’s Salty Dog hits very close to home. Meet Shiloh – this sweet girl is one of our volunteer’s dogs. Shiloh has suddenly been diagnosed with cancer unexpectedly, and needs the mass removed and chest X-rays to confirm that it has not spread.