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Thursday, May 1, 2008

Update On Dixie.....Say Good Bye to Unsightly Lumps!

Dr. Pinky Pinkerton loves to show off his achievements....Remember Dixie, she is the senior citizen that had two Lipomas, one was the size of a base ball on her right hip, so big she could not hardly walk.

Dr. Pink (the handsome fellow in the header with the glasses, look closely)is happy to report that her person Jan, says Dixie is doing fantastic.

Ya gotta Luv It!


From: JAN
Date: 4/30/2008 8:07:12 AM
To: PawHealer
Subject: AMAZING


Just a little update......

Dixie improves daily. Yesterday, she went on her first walk in about six months. She went approximately a quarter of a mile. She was exhausted, but very happy.

Yesterday, I made Dixie and Max turkey, kidney beans, carrots, green beans, brown rice and sweet potato in the pressure cooker. Man, these are some HAPPY dogs. They love the food, have no digestive problems and their coats get shinier and pretty every day.

We are so thankful EVERY day for your help. The tumor is shrinking before our very eyes. It was so big before, that when she was laying down, her hind paws were up in the air. That no longer happens.

YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!!!!!

JAN


Pinky
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