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Luna working hard after surgery for elbow dysplasia and growth plate problems

Luna showing her dedication to her prescribed exercise from Dr Jane: sand digging!

Tuesday 15th December 2020

A great skill to get her left front leg back in shape and strong after her surgery for elbow dysplasia and growth plate problems

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