Goodbye, Graham…

It was the last time I’d make his breakfast.  I knew it didn’t really matter anymore, but I still gave him his AM dose of the Clavamox he’d been taking for the last week. He’d developed a UTI from wearing diapers after the last ditch attempt to try one last thing (prednisone) to see if […]

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A Little Less Structure

At the end of a long racing season, I find it refreshing to take a little bit of time to have what I refer to as unstructured training. When preparing for a marathon, an ironman or whatever one’s sport of choice is, it’s extremely important to have a plan in place so that reaching one’s […]

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Meds for Senior Dogs? Try Paleo Foods First!

I’ve blogged before about the fact that our two Weimaraners are Paleo, which is one of the reasons, the other being the fact that they’re life long athletes, they’re often mistaken for being about half their age. They are getting up there in years, though, as much as I hate to admit it. They’re both […]

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Food As A Reward? Bad Idea, Unless You’re A Dog.

Never fails to amaze me when I hear commentary about people ‘being good’ on their eating plan for a mere handful of days or weeks and then deciding to ‘reward’ themselves with a trip to the ice cream shoppe or pizza parlor. Is that any different from quitting smoking cigarettes and then deciding that once […]

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