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115 Comments

Reply Nick Westergard
11:39 AM on July 10, 2017 

DM took my girl away and now her brother more than likely has it. 

Let's kill this disease

Reply Amanda Jakeway
8:12 AM on July 8, 2017 
Just lost our baby Chief, a yellow lab to DM. I am hoping to donate my wheelchair to someone in need but the contact is button was not working.
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8:38 PM on March 26, 2017 
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12:15 PM on March 26, 2017 
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Reply FCDMF
5:52 AM on March 21, 2017 

Cyndi says...

We have an 11 year old Weimaraner that we were just told has DM. Our world is spinning out of control right now.

I just found your site and look forward to reading and finding out what we can do to help our loving boy  Harley.

God Bless all of you and your pups! 

   We are so sorry to hear this. Every one of us on this team have been through this fight. It is an emotional roller coaster.  Have you joined our Facebook page, and our sister support group on DM Awareness? Please click the " Helpful Links" tab above, and you will find the groups. They offer a weath of experience and support. We are here for you in any way we can. Wishing you strength as you and your baby fight this disease.

Reply FCDMF
5:47 AM on March 21, 2017 

Debbie says...
Is there any clinical studies for dogs that are young but are high risk for DM
So sorry for just replying. We have been experiencing web problems. To answer your question, no. We don't know of any studies right now that are targeted for younger dogs, but the University of Missouri may have ongoing studies. However, they are mostly geared toward corgis and boxers. There was also one a while back at Tufts Veterinary school in Mass. They may still take some canines for study. Have you had your pup tested for the DNA marker? We will be glad to help any way we can. Please follow us, as we are always looking for studies, and are currently hoping to continue our "Project New Hope" sometime this year. We wish you much luck dealing with this disease.

Reply FCDMF
5:38 AM on March 21, 2017 

Amy Beth Clark says...
Just lost our beautiful shep who suffered from DM. We miss him deeply.
 I am so sorry about your pup. DM is a tough thing to go through. I hope you are continuing to heal from this loss. Our apologies for not getting back sooner. We had had some web problems.

Reply Cyndi
3:56 PM on February 1, 2017 

We have an 11 year old Weimaraner that we were just told has DM. Our world is spinning out of control right now.

I just found your site and look forward to reading and finding out what we can do to help our loving boy  Harley.

God Bless all of you and your pups! 

Reply Debbie
10:46 AM on January 14, 2017 
Is there any clinical studies for dogs that are young but are high risk for DM
Reply Amy Beth Clark
10:08 PM on January 1, 2017 
Just lost our beautiful shep who suffered from DM. We miss him deeply.
Reply Dee Stainer
5:23 AM on October 26, 2016 

Hi

I am on this roller coaster at the moment my German Shepherd was diagnosed just under a year ago but he had it at least 6 months before it was confirmed.  He is still able to walk but his left leg is showing the most of the signs but he is struggling to get up from the floor now.  His name is Jai-Jai (JJ) he will be 11 in January. .

Dee

Reply Karin Kaplan
2:35 PM on September 11, 2016 

I did not know about DM until my 12 yo Airedale mix started showing symptoms so very much like DM. I learned about the DNA test (she is a carrier - so unlikely that this is what she has but you never know huh?) and have been part of the DM Facebook community for a few months now. Such a devastating disease that afflicts what seems to be so many. I will do my small part to support your efforts to find a cure and those battling this terrible disease that robs otherwise healthy dogs of their golden years. Thank you for doing what you do.

Reply Denise Baker
10:07 AM on July 3, 2016 

Dear Mindy: I have long watche your page but I am guilty of not formally stopping by and sharing/posting Denby Dog's story which I promise I will do but there is a specific reason I am writing. I will be attending a huge dog event in our community in 2 weeks. (C.A.R.L. Pooch Parade in Ventura County, CA).  When Denby was here we used a decorated stroller to "walk for others who cannot walk" which garnered a great deal of attention and questions. It dawned on me today that I bet you have brochures or a poster that would look lots more professional than some of my homemade signs. I would, of course, make a donation. Educating pet parents about this horrific disease is paramount if we are going to find a cure.  

Reply dawn
8:58 AM on July 3, 2016 

I put my Shepee on Great Lakes Gelatin (kosher beef collagen hydrolysate) and now she has thunder thighs which helps a whole lot...B12 (the real stuff) Vitamin D3, MSM and CamuCamu.

I am having fantastic results...

Reply Cindie Webb
1:37 AM on March 22, 2016 
Thank you for your work on this horrible disease. Our corgi, Tobie, has lost the use of his back legs now. Pulls his body with front legs, has a cart too.
Reply Claudia Ellis & Xander
7:01 PM on March 18, 2016 
This awful disease needs to stop.
Reply Susie Calcagno
10:40 PM on March 11, 2016 
Signing guestbook to show my support for Project New Hope. My GSD, Dux has DM and we want to spread the word for a Cure or prevention of this disease in the future. Thank you and all the volunteers for your hard work dedication and support.
Reply Debra Andrews
2:51 PM on March 11, 2016 

I think it's time we promote an "ice bucket challenge" to raise $$$$ for DM! If the ALS Foundation could do it and raise buckets (pun intended) of money why can't we!

Reply Alicia
5:25 PM on December 16, 2015 
I am so happy to have found this site! Such great organization and so very helpful! My white german shepherd baby was diagnosed last June that she has DM, she will be 10 years old on 12/31/15. She has always been our happy and perky baby and at times the most mischievous but very smart dog and she has taken the prognosis and progress with a happy attitude and gets around well even though she has lost complete control of her tail and back legs. I am so excite to be able to get chosen to take advantage of the pay it forward loaner wheelchair program that we thought was out of reach due to the expense and how much longer that we were told that she would probably be with us, even though she has already passed the time of what the vet estimated that should have with us and I completely think that is all due to her being such a good hearted dog. She is now the official cat cleaner at our house, when the cats need their heads cleaned they come to her, ha!