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Hi, come on in! This is the Scout’s House™ website where you’ll find services and products designed specifically for a handicapped pet, disabled pet, special needs pet, handicapped dog, disabled dog, special needs dog, handicapped cat, disabled cat, special needs cat, elderly dog, elderly cat, elderly pet, geriatric dog, geriatric cat, geriatric pet, senior dog, senior cat, senior pet, old cat, old dog, old pet, dog with degenerative myelopathy (DM) or intervertebral disk disease (IVDD), feline arthritis, canine arthritis, dog recovering from TPLO surgery or some other CCL surgery (which is like ACL surgery for dogs), TPO, FHO, TTA, Tightrope surgery, paralyzed dog, paralyzed cat, overweight dog, overweight cat, fat dog, fat cat, incontinent dog, incontinent cat, incontinent pet, or dog with spinal injury, cat with spinal injury, or pet with spinal injury. However you refer to your pet’s unique requirements, we have everything you need for a special needs dog or cat: a pet sling, dog harness, cat harness, Ruff Wear dog harness (we love the Web Master—that thing rocks for special needs dogs!), dog leashes and harness, harnesses for handicapped dogs (including dog harness with leg straps and step in dog harness, and we’ll even show you how to put on a dog harness!), dog boots, dog bed, dog treats, pet beds, dog diapers or dog-diaper (depending on how you want to spell it), dog incontinence products, disposable dog diapers, dog incontinence products, dog garment diapers, male dog diapers, Simple Solution Disposable Dog Diapers, large dog diapers, small dog diapers, washable dog diapers (or dog washable diapers, if you’re dyslexic), dog diapers for incontinence, incontinent dog diapers, dog in heat diapers, and pretty much all of the dog rehabilitation mobility aid products you could ask for. We hope you’ll subscribe to our newsletter for updates on product specials, or sit down once a week with At Scout’s House, our blog about special needs dogs and cats. And if you’d like to learn more about how advances in veterinary medicine can help your special needs pet, tune in to Special Pets, Special Needs, our weekly Internet radio show (or podcast, if you’re très hip), which airs every Tuesday at 1pm Pacific time on PDX.FM. And no matter what you call us—scout’s house, scouts house, scoutshouse, scott’s house, scot’s house—you’ll find us here, ready to help you with all the products and services you need to help your dog or cat live a more comfortable and more functional life. Thank you for coming to Scout’s House. You, your pet, and your questions are always welcome here.