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June 2019- Moose

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Moose

Moose an 11 year old Labrador Retriever who had surgery for a torn cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) in 2015.  His recovery was not going well, so his mom did research and found Integrative Pet Care of Homer Glen.

Moose met with the IPC HG team and a formal rehabilitation plan was created which included underwater treadmill, therapeutic exercise, massage, and laser therapy.  Once completed, a maintenance program, which consisted of underwater treadmill and laser, was recommended to address his arthritis.

“Integrative Pet Care has helped in so many ways; his movement strength and all around attitude has improved” says his mom Kim.  Best of all, Moose is back to his favorite activity, swimming!

“It’s always a pleasure to start my Saturday mornings with Moose as he’s always in a good mood and is beyond excited to see me!  We have been helping him remain comfort, improve range of motion, and increase weight bearing on his left hind leg.  He is one of our sweetest, happiest, most loving, and high energy patients.  He’s an old man who is young at heart” -Tiffany

One thing is very clear when it comes to Moose, he’s just one happy guy who has a love for life. “I started working here when Moose began his third maintenance plan.  It was amazing to see how much he still liked coming to see us. It’s a good feeling to know that rehab can continue to benefit a dog’s life.” -Michelle

Make a difference!

Each month we ask our POTM to choose an animal related organization to spotlight during his or her “reign”.   Moose has asked us to tell you about Tender Loving Care.

T.L.C. has served the community as a private, non-profit, humane society, dedicated to the prevention of abuse, neglect, and cruelty to animals. The shelter provides refuge for an average of three to four thousand animals yearly.

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