PetMyWiener.com Joins IVDD Awareness Month to Help Educate, Treat and Prevent Back Injury in Dachshunds

Herniation: During a disc episode the hallmark component of treatment is the 100% STRICT crate rest 24/7 for 8 weeks to avoid damaging the spinal cord and to avoid surgery if possible.If surgery is an option for your family: Surgery can be very successful if performed early and by a board-certified surgeon. Surgery can also still be successful many times if surgery is performed within 12-24 hours after losing deep pain sensation (DPS) the last neuro function in the spinal cord. The spinal cord is very fragile and the chance of a complete recovery is less with each hour that passes. — by PaulafromMT on March 17, 2013 to Pets & Animals (102 seconds)

Livermore, California (EastBayDaily) — July is IVDD Awareness Month. IVDD is short for Intervertebral Disk Disease, which is common amongst Dachshunds.

Sponsored by leading IVDD activist site Dodgerslist, IVDD Awareness Month is an event that will be shared by many Dachshund Rescues and Dachshund lovers to promote awareness and educate all IVDD prone breeds about the disease hoping to save more lives.

Some research has been done at UC Davis trying to find the cause and now there is a group in the UK attempting to do the same.

Learning your Dachshund has a back problem with a tongue twisting name, intervertebral disc disease, is overwhelming. Owners quickly get an infusion of disc disease knowledge with lots of help on good home care at the Dodgerslist.com.

PetMyWiener.com is dedicated in helping leading education sites such as DodgersList spread the news. 5% of proceeds are donated to such great organizations.

About PetMyWiener.com: Established in 2000, PetMyWiener started offering fun and unique Dachshund gifts to Dachshund enthusiasts through local events and other small venues as a hobby.

PetMyWiener.com was officially launched in 2008 with the purpose of helping Dachshunds by bringing fun & unique Dachshund gifts and wiener dog merchandise to the marketplace throughout the United States. Five percent of every sale is donated to Dachshund Rescues and other organizations helping underprivileged Dachshunds in need. The nationwide launch was instrumental in reaching the masses so more funds could be generated to help more and more Dachshunds in need.

Contacts

George Karavaras
Pet My Wiener
510-672-0344