And here is Shad now. Operated on by Chris Preston. And we were very nervous as it was a very special operation and if it didn’t work the only option would be amputation. As soon as he came back after the operation he was a different dog – he must have been used to always being in pain. Dogs are so stoic. Six weeks crated and now to Dogs in Motion to build up Shad’s muscle tone on his leg to get him as much back to normal as we can. We are very happy with the result. And so is Shad. Although he was eager to get out of that crate!!
I have a 12 year old cavalier King Charles spaniel and I am looking to foster for 6+ months while I build…
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Suki's soulful eyes have robbed me of the words to express how much I hope she finds a home that deserves…
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Can I help with a senior dog, if I can't help with fostering.....please
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At least he will spend his last years being loved and cared for.
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