Belinda J. Kolenbrander

    Numerous procedures from amputations, sterilizations to simple tumor removals have been performed on our rescue dogs. Our recovery and rehabilitation time is cut 80% and because of this we are able to re-home sooner. This type of surgery is preferred due to the excellent condition the dogs are in post-op. We have been aware of less stress, pain and the dogs being in better emotional frame. One surgery dealing with a gross oral tumor would NOT have been possible if not for laser surgery. Our veterinarian is a ‘master’ at laser surgery technique and has returned good health to every dog benefiting from this type of surgery with his skill.

    Numerous procedures from amputations, sterilizations to simple tumor removals have been performed on our rescue dogs. Our recovery and rehabilitation time is cut 80% and because of this we are able to re-home sooner. This type of surgery is preferred due to the excellent condition the dogs are in post-op. We have been aware of less stress, pain and the dogs being in better emotional frame. One surgery dealing with a gross oral tumor would NOT have been possible if not for laser surgery. Our veterinarian is a ‘master’ at laser surgery technique and has returned good health to every dog benefiting from this type of surgery with his skill.

    In 2007/2008, the following list of rescue dogs received laser surgery: Willie- Perianal Hernia/Castration, Giblet- Fracture Repair, Nelson- Polyp removal/Castration, Newman- Mucocele/Salivary
    Rodney- Castration, Johanna- Mass Removal/Amputation, Dolce- OHE, Flotsam- Castration, Gillian- OHE,
    Harmony- OHE, Lennox- Castration, Rhapsody- OHE, Sadie- OHE, Bugsley- Enucleation, and Ernie- FHO/Castration

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