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Princeton, March 2003

Princeton

Princeton is a 3 year old chocolate male Lab that was taken from a rescue group in Missouri by Lab Rescue of OK. Princeton had luxating patellas in both back legs. His kneecaps were slipping to the inside of his legs. The cartilage was completely worn away on one leg and not much better on the other and walking caused him extreme pain.

Princeton's surgery was postponed while he recovered from kennel cough. He finally had the surgery early in February and is making a good recovery in his foster home. The vet said the surgery went well and the good news is that Princeton should be able to walk normally, although he may have some arthritis in years to come. LABMED was happy to be able to contribute to Princeton's second chance at a healthy, pain-free life.

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