Tuck Health Update and Harvest

An update on Tuck’s health and how he is doing. And we grab a few veggies to snack on too. Thanks for the kind words and …


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  1. Do not get surgery, I'm from the UK it's normal tractula collapse, I can't email you at the minute, just slowly calm him and massage throat to reopen it, DONT get a operation on him it's cruel it won't work rub your hand up and down his neck long motions it stops it

  2. I have had 3 yorkies, they have done that what you say, don't put him on nothing, do not do that what vets are saying, just massage his throat when it happens, and don't put a collar round his neck if you walk him, use a bridle round his tummy to put lead on, it's not progressive it does not get worse, don't put him on steriods or definitely no surgery

  3. I have made a raised garden bed put membrane inside it to stop weeds, but what soil do I now use, should I have used my garden soil or do I fill it with ordered top organic soil?

  4. Awwww..I'm praying for Jesus to absolutely heal the little boss Tuck! He is so precious and adorable and inspires us and is so loved! I know doctors give their diagnosis but it is not the final word. Many will pray for this baby now that you shared this health issue with us. Thank you.

  5. Oh i am sorry to hear the bad news. At least it looks like there is a surgery to help. My Kat Perfect (I put a few videos up on one of my YouTube’s under my name) got sudden brain cancer that made her go quickly blind, but we both are hard of hearing and used her eyes to communicate with gestures. She had to be put down just month’s after my graduation during Covid 2021. It was expensive to do all the tests, so I am sure the many vet visits you are doing will cost hundreds to thousands as well. I was glad I got reimbursed some of it with pet insurance, but wish we could make pet insurance better since I had to pay in full by cash/check/debit each visit and turn a lot of proofs in while so upset.

    How many years have you had your dog?
    Does he eat kibble or cooked meats too?
    How did you get him when a puppy?

  6. You are in my grow zone so you may be close enough to Mount Laurel Animal Hospital. They are my regular vet and they have always been great. They are there 24-7. Saved my current Golden from parvo when she was a pup.

  7. I hope Tuck is doing well now. No collars, use a harness. You can supplement by seeing a homeopathic/holistic vet. They found CBDG (for dogs) is very helpful & a few herbs & such added to the diet can also help him. May he thrive. He is such a cutie.

  8. Thank you for your honesty about Tuck. I can imagine it took a while to formulate what to tell all your fans. You are both amazing! Thank you for sharing so much of your life as well as your passion and knowledge of gardening. It’s infectious and inspiring! Y’all will be in my prayers for health and peace.

  9. I have an 11 year old Morkie who has the same thing. Along with the meds from the vet I add about about 1/8 of a teaspoon of Turmeric and Manuka honey (not the cheap one..MGO 850…get the good one) Works really well. We talked about surgery and decided to try this instead. Great success.

  10. ❤❤❤❤❤❤ Lots of hearts for Tuck ! Love you both ,so inspiring, I love how excited you get digging in the garden, praying for you both. I ordered a premium sweat shirt with Tuck to support . Choking up when I see him . Love him so much ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  11. Hey James, just discovered your channel and I’m starting my journey with gardening and self sufficiency. You have me and my family so inspired! My kids love Tuck. Just wanted to say, we had a small toy poodle that also had collapsing trachea. He lived to be 16 years old. Medicine didn’t appear to make a difference so we went on without it. One day I hope they come up with a solution that is more affordable and effective. Enjoy every min with the little boss. What a lucky dog to have you and the space you created.
    My only bit of advice is only you can make that decision when it’s time to throw in the towel and not to second guess yourself. You know the boss more than anyone and he trusts you’ll do what’s best for him.
    Much love from toasty zone 9b

  12. I'm so sorry to hear about Tuck. He's a great little big man. We just found out that our little mixed female dog has the same thing. One thing our vet told us was to use a harness on her instead of a collar. We to would like to hear any information you get on this aliment as we are to beginning this journey with our dog "Happy." Our prayers are with Tuck and you.

  13. Sorry to hear about Tuck's condition. We own a Cairn Terrier named Sassy and I fully realize they much more than simply a pet… they are an integral part of our families. Sassy was 12 this past January and she always follows me to our garden every time I work out there and like Tuck, she enjoys munching her share of all the garden veggies as well. I fully wish Tuck the best. Thanks for sharing your videos with us and I hope you and Tuck have a great day.

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