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Patient of the Month May 2017 Hanover Park

Sookey

In her first few months of life, Sookey was sick with puppy strangles, or juvenile cellulitis, and was nursed back to health by her loving foster mom. While in remission for puppy strangles, Sookey was diagnosed with hip dysplasia at 7 months of age. She recently completed an 8 week therapy program with Integrative Pet Care Hanover Park that primarily included underwater treadmill, exercise therapy, and laser therapy. She works hard for her peanut butter Kong!  While we have seen improvement in her hips, Sookey will be continuing with another 8 week program.

Sookey has been a wonderful patient and it has been a pleasure working with her and watching her improve.  Sookey’s progress has shown that rehabilitation is an option and can be beneficial if surgery is not feasible.  I am looking forward to working with her in the future.” -Dr. Jennifer Blake, DVM, CVA, CCRT

At home, Sookey loves to run and play with the squeakiest toys she can find and insists on greeting all the dogs in the neighborhood. She is currently in the 2nd level of training classes and recently became a proud big sister to baby Adeline! She is already a great protector and always keeps an eye on her new best friend.

“I started working with Sookey in February to help build up her hind limb muscles due to hip dysplasia.  Sookey does an excellent job walking in the underwater treadmill.  She learned quickly that a peanut butter kong helps make the time go by faster when she is getting her laser therapy!  Sookey’s Mom and Dad are doing a great job with her at home!” -Anna, CVT, CCRA

Make a difference!

Each month we ask our POTM to choose an animal related organization to spotlight during his or her “reign”.  Sookey has asked us to tell you about Almost Home Foundation.

“We are an all volunteer, registered, not-for-profit 501c3 charitable organization dedicated to rescuing stray and abandoned cats and dogs.  Our primary focus is to save those animals from our local area.”