Hi, my name is Tex, and as you can see from my photo, I am a big Dobey. My mum and dad are Molly and Guy Rambert and I live in Albany Creek. I would like to tell you how I came to meet up with and how he, as put it, “put the smile back on my face”.
It was on my morning walk and run around down on our local reserve that I jumped over a log and landed quite badly, injuring my back, which with a lot of us oldies, was already in a bad way. The net result was – Mum had to ring Dad and he had to come with the car to take me home. (It was very embarrassing for a Doberman to be carried and lifted into a car.)
The next day I couldn’t walk, or worse still couldn’t even go outside for a pee. Not to mention that I didn’t want to eat – that’s saying something when you see the yummy food my Mum gives me. It gets worse; I couldn’t get up on the couch or the bed so I had to sleep on the floor! Could things get any worse!!!
My folks had heard of so they sent him off an email early that morning and he got right back to them. drove down from Gympie that night to see me and gave me a treatment. The next day I felt a lot better but I was not allowed to get up on the couch or Mums bed and no walkies – strict “no-no” from . I had a rough time of it and ended up with bladder infections as well, but came 3 more times and after each time I wa a lot better and he even knew all the right places to press to help me to go to the toilet.
Now I am back to walking – but now I walk with a very straight back and don’t drag my back legs. I feel a young dog again – even though I’m nearly 10, and best of all, Yes you guessed it – I’m back on Mums bed.
We all think is wonderful and its easy to see how much he loves us animals.