Posts tagged canine rehabilitation
Marino and Kari - Retired Seeing Eye Dogs

Marino and Kari are both retired Seeing Eye dogs.  These dogs work hard providing an invaluable service to those in need.  Marino was getting ready to retire.  His owner took him to the vet for a check-up only to discover he had a large tumor in his mouth.  They removed the tumor but the prognosis was grim.  They only gave him three to six months to live. 

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The National Obedience Championship was held March 25 and 26 in Perry, Georgia.  The top obedience dogs in the country must qualify to receive an invitation to compete in this prestigious event.  It is a grueling competition.  Saturday starts with 140 dogs.  Each dog competes in 8 rings.  The top 50 teams move on to the second round on Sunday morning. 

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Puppy Abandoned In North Bergen Makes Remarkable Recovery

After seeing several veterinarians, doctors found Bruno suffered from severe malnutrition and was likely paralyzed from being kept in a small crate with no bedding. Bruno eventually ended up at Aqua Dog Rehabilitation where the team agreed to work on him pro-bono.

“Honestly, we looked at each other and were not sure if we could really help him,” Petra Ford said.

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