We would like to introduce you to Winston!

Winston is a 12 year old English Setter with a calm and sweet personality. We have been working with Winston a.k.a. Winnie since March 2017. He is currently receiving prolozone, as well as other therapies, to assist with lower back and hind leg weakness. (The hind leg weakness has been to the point of dragging his toes on one leg). Winston has received 3 prolotherapy treatments as of 07/14/2017 and is doing extremely well. Currently, Winnie is doing so that we are only seeing him for maintenance.

We would like to introduce you to Marshal!

Marshal is a 6 1/2 year old Labrador Retriever Mix with an exuberant personality. We have been working with Marshal since the first of March 2017. He is currently receiving prolozone for a cranial cruciate rupture in one knee. However, we are supporting both his knees at this time to give him added support. (Medium to Large breed dogs have a tendency to compensate their weight to their uninjured knee; therefore, causing the good knee to tear/rupture or become arthritic in the future). As of 07/15/2017, Marshal has received multiple prolotherapy treatments and will require more sessions.

Update: Because Marshal is a young dog and a Labrador Retriever (Non-Stop personality with a play attitude), Marshal parents decided to do the TPLO surgery. The good news is Marshal's parents have reported that he is recovering faster than expected and believe the prolozone therapy aided in his his speedy recovery! As a side note: We did provide Marshal with after surgical supportive care, i.e. an Assisi Loop to reduce inflammation and Prescription Herbs/Homeopathic Medicine to use instead of antibiotics/steroids.

We would like to introduce you to Gabriel!

Gabriel is a 14 1/2 year old Chihuahua and has a HUGE personality for being such a little guy! We have been working Gabriel a.k.a Gabe for several years now. Gabe has been receiving prolozone and other forms of treatments because both of his knees have shallow grooves where the knee caps continually slips out. This long standing anatomical problem has caused major compensations in his wrists, elbows, and back. Currently, we are treating all four areas and Gabe has responded extremely well to the prolotherapy that we only see him for maintenance.