Dorothy’s Story, Part II
You may remember that we featured Dorothy’s story a few months back. She is a senior dog who was left on the street when her owners decided it was too much trouble to care for her and her medical problems. If you missed our original post about her, you can catch up here: http://wp.me/p2pFC1-bk
We have an update from her family, about how Dorothy’s care has been going since that original article:
Once Dorothy had recovered from all her urgently necessary treatments, it was time to begin focusing on the rest of her. It was clear by her posture, movements and body language that she was experiencing pain all over her body. Dorothy was evaluated by Dr. Burnett and prescribed a regimen of pain management medications, laser and massage therapy. Dorothy has been visiting Lis and Dr. Burnett for 10 months now and has shown remarkable improvements. She has always enjoyed her walks around the neighborhood but now runs around the yard like a puppy, tossing her favorite rubber ducky into the air! There was a time that she would run away from a massage at home and tremble when you would touch or try to stretch her. Now she can’t get enough of her massages and stretches. She still needs work and is not 100% but she has come leaps and bounds from where she was 10 short months ago. If you look into her eyes close enough you will see that she is saying thank you to VMC and CARE for significantly reducing her pain and allowing her to live again!
We thank you from the bottom our hearts!
~ Dorothy’s Family
- Suspect chronic arthritis (hips/stifles) with compensatory muscle pain
- Pain Medications
- Supplements (Omega 3 Fatty Acids)
- Physical Rehabilitation (laser and massage therapy)