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From nerve damage to a normal functioning: Milou the Samoyed

Young boy Milou came to us when he could not properly place his right hind paw after his hip surgery. Along with physiotherapy techniques and custom made boots, look how he is happily running like a normal doggie now!

Monday 15th March 2021

We also helped him with weight management to take off the excessive weight on his joints. Good job, Milou!

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