As I have just posted my latest review of Stacey Firth’s new book ‘Understanding Canine Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome’, I just found out that Stacey is featured on the September issue of Dogs Magazine!!!
This lady is getting famous, but definitely not because she loves the limelight. Stacey has the well being of Borders so much at heart, that she is trying to raise awareness as far and wide as she can, in order to reassure owners of Borders affected by CECS (or of other breeds too) that life with a Spike’s sufferer does not have to be any different than with a non-suffering dog.
Stacey’s knowledge and advice – explained in layman terms which, if I understood, I am sure everyone else will too -is second to none, when it comes to guide dog owners into finding the correct diet for your dog to manage this disease.
What can I say? I have read the book and I absolutely loved it. Get yourself a September copy of Dogs Magazine to find out more about Stacey’s background. But mostly, get yourself a copy of Stacey’s ‘Understanding Canine Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome’ if you want to find out all about it!!!