Doggies Sit Up for Dinnertime

Occurred on September 7, 2019 / Princeton, Minnesota, USA

Info from Licensor: "My husband Nathan and I rescue megaesophagus, or ME, dogs. We currently have six dogs, four have (ME), three of which are from the same litter. My four-year-old niece Melanie was helping me feed tree of our dogs lunch. Penny is the husky, Max is the blue-eyed boy in the blue chair and Kiba is the bi-eyed boy in the maroon chair. They back into, then sit in their Bailey chairs, and are served raw meals by Melanie. Megaesophagus is an enlarged and weak esophagus requiring upright feedings so gravity can help food and water go into the stomach. The Bailey chairs are medical devices and necessary. They can live long, happy and healthy lives with proper management and care."