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A Note from Queezle


Tuesday November 8, 2016

Queezle has been a one-in-a-million dog for me both in and out of the conformation and performance rings. At 10 years old she was still at the top of her game when she tore her first cruciate ligament running at home. All of the agility people I asked recommended VOSM, so to Maryland we went. Queezle had a TPLO with Dr. Dycus and we went home with our packet and DVD of rehab exercises. It was a long three months, but Queezle got the stamp of approval to return to normal activity, and by the fall we were back in the obedience ring. When she tore her second cruciate on Christmas Eve illicitly chasing the barn cat, we started the whole process over again.

 

The whole team was wonderful about answering my questions and the detailed rehab instructions were invaluable. Queezle was back to doing what she loves late this spring, and her movement is just as impressive as it was before her injuries. Queezle is also still active in obedience and tracking, and finished her Pre-Trial herding title this fall. I hope that I will never need their services again, but Queezle and I had a great experience with VOSM.  

Kate E.
Multiple Group Winning Natl BISS Bronze GCH Chateau Blanc I'm Coyote Trouble VCD2 RAE PT AX AXJ OF CAA TDX TT A-TD A-CD CL1-F CL1-R RATO "Queezle"

Photo Courtesy Libbye Miller

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