Sammy & Snickers

Sammy & Snickers, Where The Tales Begin

Allow us to introduce ourselves, we are Sammy and Snickers, two members of the Cole household and the best looking by far. We are here to tell you some stories our mom has been sharing with us about some of her patients. Now we will do…
Pitt Cruciate Tear
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Lola The Pitt Mix & Her Cruciate Tear

Meet Lola. Lola was one of our moms first clients to come to her with a cruciate ligament tear. She arrived at the office with a bad limp, not putting much weight on her hind limb at all, and when she did there was a constant shake to…
Doodle Cruciate Tear
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Copper The Doodle & His Cruciate Tear

Well we apologize for the delay in updates, our mom has been incredibly busy and there is much to tell. Let's start with our first success story, a little dog named "Copper". Copper is a doodle, he's eleven years young and has had a…
Beagle Cruciate Tear
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Diego The Beagle & His Cruciate Tear

This curious little beagle you see here is called Diego, and he lives up to that saucy name. He is a huge sweet pea that had a rough go this winter. After a few slip and falls he actually ended up tearing one of his cruciate ligaments, …
Shepherd Cruciate Tear
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Harlow The Shepherd & His Cruciate Tear

This handsome guy is one of the gentlest giants our mom has ever met. Harlow is still in his adolescent years and he's kept on his toes thanks to his sister Peyton and his fur parents. This past winter Harlow started having some weakness and…
Saint Bernard Spondylosis
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Moses and Tiara, Saint Bernards & The Struggle With Spondylosis

Meet Moses and Tiara, two gentle giants that are nothing but love and snuggles. Though not considered elderly by small dog standards, these two are up in years according to their breed. They are well taken care of fur babies, and…
Cruciate Tear
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Diamond The Hunter & Her Cruciate Tear

This is Diamond. She is a sweetpea that is 14 years old. This past winter she ended up partially tearing one of her cruciate ligaments. Poor thing was hobbling around on three legs and could barely put any weight on the fourth. It didn't seem…