Underwater treadmill therapy helps broken puppies recover and find FU Ever’s home
San Antonio – Thanks to the medical staff and the San Antonio Human Society volunteers, the two pups were loved for the second time in their lives.
Dudley and Nobit were found separately while walking through the city of San Antonio, but they both had one thing in common. It’s a fracture of the femur. The fractures put the loss of her legs at risk, but a nonprofit medical team decided to have surgery to save her hind legs.
Dudley is a 4 month old Siberian Husky and Retriever mix that is up for adoption. His underwater treadmill therapy helped him recover from a broken thigh. (Copyright 2021-KSAT may not be copied or reprinted without permission.)
Dudley, a four-month-old Siberian Husky and Retriever mix, and Nobit, a nearly two-year-old Chihuahua, had surgery a little over a month ago. In the same week, they walked the underwater treadmill four times a week for 10 minutes each time. According to the San Antonio Human Society, the underwater treadmill was funded entirely by community donations.
Norbit is an almost 2 year old Chihuahua. He was operated on over a month ago and is ready for adoption. (Copyright 2021-KSAT may not be copied or reprinted without permission.)
Lucial Manza, a spokeswoman for the San Antonio Human Society, said:
Thanks to physical therapy tools, Dudley and Norbit are now strong enough to continue their recovery in their eternal home.
“We are looking for an active family with a loving home. As you know, to complete your recovery journey through training, slow stringing. You can devote your time and patience, and your comfort makes it possible, ”said Armanza. “They need someone willing to take the time and commitment to help them fully recover.”
Click here to adopt other dogs and puppies online for adoption through Dudley, Nobit, or the San Antonio Human Society.
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Underwater Treadmill Therapy helps broken puppies recover and find FU Ever’s home
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