Re: Suggestions to replace ball chasing game ??
The issue there is her age, she is 9 & by the time she got out of rehab & built up the scar tissue she'd be 10. At this time its not a complete tear in her leg, so we're hoping to avoid surgery if we can. She also has some weakness in her front joints (they are "clicky") that the ball playing seemed to be agrivating as well - sigh.
Swimming & treadmill are good thoughts for excersize, but I'd like to find something more interactive we could do togeather. The ball has been kind of a bonding thing between us (was always her "private time" with just me) + it was kinda her job as well.
Duke - GSD 7/04 (best guess), rescued 7/1/09
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