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  1. Lightning Chaser

    I'm glad Sadie is looking much better now!! I'm so happy you found a treatment that works for her! I know how it feels to watch a companion grow old over the years. Ive had a yellow lab since I was 3 and he just turned 13, he has a lot of the same shoulder problems, but we can't afford to get any therapy since we just paid for a tumor surgery for him a year ago, so I was browsing the web for alternatives and found your video!

    Couldn't help but smile at her quick improvement!

  2. manda 30

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  3. Joey Condit

    I know Sadie has passed, but it's nice to see the lengths you went thru to help her Mr. Frosty. You are a good person. God bless Sadie who is waiting for you on the Rainbow bridge. I know it's not "manly" to say such things, but honestly, it helps. Whatever it takes to help us get thru the tough times in life, we certainly should do.

  4. Tone Marie Antonsen

    Can t believe i had forgotten to hit the notification bell. Missed out on so many vlogs. 🙄😔.Bless you for not giving up on Sadie so easily, but how it turned i am relieved she is not longer in pain and in a peaceful painless place over the rainbow brights. ❤🐶❤🌈

  5. Tracy Bland

    Such a sweet girl. U know can run n be cute puppy again. No more pain sadie girl. Just wish I could turn these tears off. Didnt realize hers was quite vocal.

  6. Not Me But You

    She (and all your pets) is so blessed to have your family as owners!! Anyone can see they are very well take care of.💕💕💕

  7. DarqueQueen7

    Oh, Tom. Please don't cry. I lost my Clawdia last November, She was 19 years, 7 months old when I finally had to say goodbye to my Meow Kitty. Sadie loves you and you love her. No shame in that at all. As for me, I'm looking at getting another Meow, because my life without a Meow…is too quiet.

  8. Piteus X

    Let's get to the summer!

  9. FacheChanteDeux

    Stay strong Tom. Enjoy the time you have together.

  10. FacheChanteDeux

    Awwww sweet Sadie. Wishing you guys all the best. My chocolate lab had the same personality, loved everybody.

  11. Eddi Haskell

    My mom who has problems with knee pain now wants me to find her an acupuncturist in Florida to work with thanks to this video! Sadie is a cross-species inspiration! Who says senior citizens have to live with joint problems and arthritis?

  12. Burning Dinosaurs

    Have a good oneThank you!

  13. Migrl 2019

    Feel better Sadie❤❤❤❤

  14. victrola2007

    Sweetie Sadie! Please look up info on LDN (low dose nalrexone) use for animals. It is cheap, very helpful and does not interfere with any meds. I use it for myself but for a doggo her size she may need 1 vs 4.

  15. Nicole Theoret

    Mama Sadie, with a puppy on each side. 🤗 She's so cute like that. I'm sure that her treatments will make her feel a lot better for the coming summer.

  16. Betty Hamilton

    Hooray for Sadie! I have my fingers crossed for success in her course of treatment. Since bending down to ear and drink must be a bit painful, maybe an elevated food/water feeder would help. (I think she has lost a bit of weight.) I can imagine that his might make it easier for her to eat and drink. Anyway, It is good to see her so chipper after her treatment. She is a real joy to watch.

    I am also having a good time with the saga of the cats and puppies who I like very much!. The video of the puppies watching TV was hilarious, especially the moment when Rica switched from interest in Koho to the TV. The surprise on Koho's face is priceless.
    Good luck and hugs from me to Sadie!

  17. ecosselion

    Hi, Tommy and all Frosty's, Tommy I agree with you on what you have stated Sadie is a part of your family, we all will get old, some quicker than others, the question is how do we want to be treated in old age, well the same criteria must be given to Sadie she part of your family, something to be treasured and taken care of and not to be sidelined, I am talking in general terms pets are the responsibility of us all.

  18. Polly g

    BREAKING MY HEART, YOU REALLY SHOW WHAT A TRUE PET OWNER IS, IVE SEEN VIDEOS WERE ANIMALS HAVE THE WORST INJURIES AND THE SUPPOSED PET OWNER DOES NOTHING; VETS WILL ALWAYS LET YOU WORK THE COST OUT OVER A TIME IF YOUR BROKE, WHY? BECAUSE THERE IN IT FOR THE ANIMALS NOT CASH,VETS NEED AS HIGH IF NOT HIGHER MARKS THAN HUMAN DOCTORS TO GET INTO MED SCHOOL,IF THEY WERE IN IT FOR THE CASH,THEY WOULD BE PLASTIC SURGEONS TO THE RICH AND SELF CENTRED

  19. Jason Toddman

    It may seem surprising that Sadie is happy being at the vet, but it should not be. Dogs are smarter than we think, but i think they know what vets are for and, like people, are reluctant to see the doctor/dentist when they feel fine but when the misery index is high enough there's no one they'd rather see. I'll bet Sadie was perfectly aware that you took her there to help her, and es[ecially if she was already feeling some relief afterward helped her be her usual more outgoing self. And the way she is so happy to see Karen later on is just precious. it's nice to see that she still gets so much joy out of life despite her difficulties. She's taking matter a whole lot better than most people i know would – probably including myself.
    One suggestion that might seem a tad morbid but might be loads easier to do now than later: you should make a "Best of Sadie" video to show us when… well.. you know. Because you know we'll want to see such a video when the time comes, and it would probably be lots less difficult now while Sadie is still with you than it would be later on.
    One more nitpick: Next time when you're making a long talk and Sadie is with you, could you please aim the camera at Sadie more often? No offense meant but she's more pleasing to look at than you are. 😉

  20. jmr5707

    At the begining of the video, she looks really lean… lower body mass than I remember her. Was that just the camera angle? I hope she's still eating enough.

  21. Martha Mares

    Thank God Sadie is feeling better. She is a Heart on legs. If that makes any sense. I will keep praying for her. She is looking wonderful. Keep it up daddy.

  22. Richard Dower

    I know you would not be comfortable with donations, but it may have to come down it it.

    That therapy for an extended period of time can be very expensive. So perhaps consider opening a PayPal account or GoFundMe for Sadie.

    Your daughters could set it up, think about it…I know you're not at that point yet.

    But its something to consider and plan for.

  23. Richard Dower

    Very difficult with a pet, part of your family, to be in pain. Old age…it comes to all of us.

  24. Roguerunner !!

    You might consider CBD treatment. People are getting good results with pets I've heard.

  25. Love.Angel.MusicLady

    Animals pay us back with love and heart health 🥰 Alternative medicine does work but may take a little time. 1st step heal and increase blood flow, then strengthen the muscle/teach Sadie not to limp out of habit, 3rd maintenance. Also could add music therapy—Wagner’s Prelude to Act I from Lohengrin and Tchaikovsky’s Scene from Act 2 from Swan Lake for joint pain (see books by Masaru Emoto for more info). *Sending love & healing thoughts Sadie’s way*

  26. roddy222

    So glad that Sadie is doing well. Be strong Sadie. Cheers.

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