Close But No Cigar Pt 2.

Close But No Cigar Pt 2.

Chapter 19 When Bryan got to Dr. L’s hospital Ken flipped out. They hugged and kissed and had a tearful reunion in the run where Ken was being held. For ten minutes Bryan told him how much he loved him and how great his new home was going to be (through his tears). When he […]

Close but No Cigar – Kenny’s First Try at Adoption Doesn’t Work Out, Pt. 1

Close but No Cigar – Kenny’s First Try at Adoption Doesn’t Work Out, Pt. 1

Chapter 18 By Leslie Gallagher It was time to find Kenny his forever home. Fortunately, I had a few things in my favor. One was the Kenny is the most beautiful dog I’d ever seen. He is just stunning. He is also incredibly sweet with people, female dogs and little dogs. For an older male […]

Sports Medicine Veterinarians – Specialized care for your sporting and working dogs

Posted by on Jun 6, 2014 in Canine Physical Therapy | No Comments

By Jonit Barsky Veterinary Sports Medicine is a term for the branch of veterinary medicine dedicated to the health and well-being of the canine athlete. The term “athlete” describes sporting dogs, working dogs, and pets who exercise for health or recreation.  Dogs of all ages and abilities look to sports medicine veterinarians for guidance on […]

Irreconcilable Differences – Last-Gasp Attempt At Household Harmony Fails

Chapter 17 By Leslie Gallagher We knew Kenny needed another home. That was pretty obvious. But before we could completely call it a day with him, we felt that we had to exhaust all of our training options JUST IN CASE. If there were any way on earth that we could convince Kenny to get […]

This House Ain’t Big Enough for the Six of Us. – A Bump, a Fight and the Summer of Love is Officially Over

Chapter 16 By Leslie Gallagher Kenny was progressing so well. Each day brought slight improvements, each week we would cheer when we saw something dramatic. Though our house was a lot quieter with the Pooh gone, we managed to immerse ourselves in working on Ken and it helped stop the screaming in my head when […]

A Guarded Prognosis

A Guarded Prognosis

Chapter 2 By Leslie Gallagher Kenny was in even worse shape than I had thought. Not only was he unable to move any of his legs, he was in pain. A LOT of pain. And we still had absolutely no idea what was wrong with him because Lisa hadn’t had the money for diagnostics. Was […]

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