In November I came in the practice and was told after my dog Agnes hadn’t been walking very well, she would need to have an operation on her knees. Agnes even though she is a small (slightly round) pug loves walking, she has walked nearly 12 miles with me in a day, over the last few months her walking got worse and to the point she would sit on the ground and refuse to walk and I knew something had to be done.
Agnes had operations on her knees to fix her luxating patella, I was of course anxious worrying about everything.
Colin the surgeon was one of the nicest people I have met in any veterinary practice I have been to, and Agnes has been registered at 3.
He cuddled her, picked her up and he even let her kiss his face (rather him than me!). He of course reassured me after being tearful at the consultation, it would be ok.
Agnes has had both of her operations now and is 10 post op from her second. I just wanted to say a huge thank you for what you have done for my little girl, my best friend.
Today I found myself in tears after walking her as she walked all the way home at ease.
I cannot thank you enough, for giving my dog her ability to walk pain free again.
Love Ruth, and of course,
The large oblique cranial fragment presents a challenge
International Women’s Day today…here’s anaesthetic nurse Sarah….
Early onset elbow arthritis meant he was becoming limited in his movement