Berkley, Michigan (PRWEB) December 10, 2006
Large meals at Christmas can make one feel bloated and want to get moving and walk it off. Naturally with all the delicious food smells in the house pets want to eat more too, but if a pet is a large dog, bouncing around after a meal may be the worst thing to do because it may lead to bloating.
One of the least known, but most fatal, afflictions of large dogs is Canine Bloat. Without immediate treatment or surgery survival rates are dismally low, with the dog suffering an extremely painful demise. A while ago Berkley resident Ellen Brisson almost lost her newly adopted, senior Golden Retriever Bazil to it, and she wants to get the word out on how to avoid it.
To save other dogs and their owners experiencing the same trauma, Ms Brisson has released a DVD and companion CD set called "Bazil Beats Bloat," telling the story of Bazil's experience, and giving helpful information on how to avoid Canine Bloat.
"Bazil Beats Bloat" tells in his own words how he was suddenly stricken with bloat, and how his family rushed him to the veterinarian hospital to be saved by surgery - followed by extraordinary after-care and lifestyle changes.
The DVD and companion CD of "Bazil Beats Bloat" educates both adults and youngsters, and also endorses the joy of adopting older dogs - emphasizing the enriching interaction between the adopted dogs and their humans, as well as their four footed friends and families. It's a great doggy stocking stuffer available direct from http://www.BazilBeatsBloat.com.