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Honey4, April 2002

Honey4Sometimes during treatment of an injured Lab, additional problems surface. One Lab that had multiple problems was a yellow gal named Honey, rescued at age 3 in Wisconsin by the Door County Humane Society. Honey had a 2-week-old badly fractured right tibia, probably from being hit by a car. To save her leg, the veterinarian inserted an interlocking nail and grafted bone to the damaged site. As Honey's healing progressed, she was found to have a detached retina and cataracts. Solving her ocular problems required laser treatments to hold the retina in place, followed by removal of the cataracts and insertion of surgical implants. With the help of LABMED, which requires that the dog be adoptable after treatment, Honey got the care she needed, giving her a better chance for placement in a safe and loving home.

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