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Things are coming together!!

Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on March 30, 2011 at 6:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello everyone-  

    Well,  we have linked alot of our info on this site in with various Facebook and Twitter plug- ins.  This should enable all folks to log in easier and to share information with one simple click.  If you like the site,  please consider logging  in with your Facebook account and also clicking on the "like"  button" on our home page.  This will help us to reach so many more people who could benefit from  our educational videos and forums, or who may know someone who could.   We  are getting lots of photos ready to post on the site and we will be posting some rough and pretty simple videos.  This will mainly be to get feedback,  so we can go forward with  good formats, lighting etc.   

Thanks for stopping by to take a look!!



Things are coming together!!

Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on March 30, 2011 at 6:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello everyone-  

    Well,  we have linked alot of our info on this site in with various Facebook and Twitter plug- ins.  This should enable all folks to log in easier and to share information with one simple click.  If you like the site,  please consider logging  in with your Facebook account and also clicking on the "like"  button" on our home page.  This will help us to reach so many more people who could benefit from  our educational videos and forums, or who may know someone who could.   We  are getting lots of photos ready to post on the site and we will be posting some rough and pretty simple videos.  This will mainly be to get feedback,  so we can go forward with  good formats, lighting etc.   

Thanks for stopping by to take a look!!



Things are coming together!!

Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on March 30, 2011 at 6:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello everyone-  

    Well,  we have linked alot of our info on this site in with various Facebook and Twitter plug- ins.  This should enable all folks to log in easier and to share information with one simple click.  If you like the site,  please consider logging  in with your Facebook account and also clicking on the "like"  button" on our home page.  This will help us to reach so many more people who could benefit from  our educational videos and forums, or who may know someone who could.   We  are getting lots of photos ready to post on the site and we will be posting some rough and pretty simple videos.  This will mainly be to get feedback,  so we can go forward with  good formats, lighting etc.   

Thanks for stopping by to take a look!!



New videos shoot today

Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on March 28, 2011 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Today is Monday, March 28, and we start shooting some new videos for the site today.  We will also be shooting some new still shots as well.  Hopefully,  any of you following us out there who have great photos relating to any aspect of caring for disabled dogs can send them to us-  we want any and all materials  that are available  to use if we can.  

Buddy2  will be getting his "close ups"  dialed in today in preparation for some of the video shoots coming up about expressing the bladder  and the bowels.  He  wants to look as good as he can for these-  can you blame him?  :lol:  LOL    Stay  tuned!!

Welcome and follow our progress on this blog!

Posted by Travis & Cheryl Adlington on March 27, 2011 at 1:58 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello to everyone!!  


Today is Sunday, March 27, 2011.  My wife, Cheryl,  and I are beginning work on our new website,  capablecanines.webs.com.  This site will be designed to help those who care for disabled, paralyzed and/or incontinent dogs.  We will primarily use our series of self-produced  educational videos in order to help members learn all of the various facets of caring for a disabled dog, from overcoming incontience issues to mobility solutions to  general health questions and the importance of diet and scheduling.

Follow our progress as  we "sculpt"  this site into  a very friendly and user-interactive tool  that will enable all of us to share and learn  information on the care of these incredible creatures.  It is an exciting journey,  so please join us and feel free to comment or ask questions along the way.  We hope to have our first videos up and going shortly!!  Thanks for looking.


Travis, Cheryl, Buddy2 & Jasmine


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