I can't help with the snow or the Dragon but I have a lot of experience using Rimadyl, (carprofen) non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory, chewable tablets for dogs. Diva couldn't get up without them. Morning and evening dose with food. She likes taking them. She thinks they are her special treats.
I wish I could hug your dog. Less so the dragon, I have to say.
That dragon is the pefect symbol for our upside down world, where common sense has flown out the window. Can we get up a petition to have it put back right way up?!
Blimey, sorry to ask the obvious, but why have you got an upside down dragon?
Not worried about the dragon, dragon's have powers!Dog's arthritis not nice. Do you feed your dog fresh food?Tinned is believed to be a source of arthritis in animals.People too, come to that.Hope you find a solution.Nice dog!
Poor disorientated dragon, unless he is stunt flying?
Poor dog, poor dragon, poor Friko.Sending wishes for lubricated joints for the dog.Advice to 'straighten up and fly right' for the dragon and some sunshine and blue sky for Friko.
Poor dog...sad to see arthritic dogs try to move...but so shiny and healthy-looking!Is the dragon a gargoyle waterspout?
The dragon sticks out from under the roof tiles of a house in Shrewsbury. he is wooden and painted and I have no idea why he's upside down. Now I will have to find out.
Friko dons deerstalker hat, clenches pipe between teeth, and sallies forth to investigate, waving a large spyglass...
Don't forget to let us know.