Oh no.... Poor Jenny. If there is any medication or treatment, I suggest you get it for her (if you can afford it) before it gets really bad. Once it gets worse, cost of treatment is WAY higher. (my friend has a dog that has arthritis, poor thing struggles to stand up).
One eye is half blue and half brown on Zara. Bella is currently snoozing next to me on the couch with a toy or two on her - ill take a pic, Jenny is sitting waiting for me to throw a toy and Zara is sniffing around and anging her cone on stuff.
The vet mentioned injections. Need to ask them the name again. She wrote it down so we could reseerch it but my mums lost it. Generally Jenny is fine but when she gets home she gets all stiff in her back legs. It only happens when she runs after the ball at the park. Just generall trotting and a bit of a run is fine.
The dogs get the run of the house. Except Zara shes not allowed in my room unsupervised as i have 2 gerbils and she jumps up at the cage and stalks it. Don't keep toys out downstairs when zara is down because the kind of toys Bella and Jenny have will be destroyed in 1 minute by Zara if given the chance she is a strog chewer rather than player with toys. Toys in my room always out tho.
Bella and Jenny sleep on my bed and Zara on my mums at night. We have a baby gate on the doorway of the living room to kitchen. Although Bella has jumped right over it a time or two. Don't thonk its clicked that she can with her though as she hasn't done it since.
I wish Shivon could sleep on my bed. But I can't COMPETELY ruin my cat's life. She would NEVER forgive me (not kidding). When we got Shivon, Patches wouldn't even LOOK at me fo 2 weeks. I got completely ignored.