Joie gets along pretty fast as you can see by the video… despite having IVDD. Dogs with IVDD amaze me! Joie goes to a specialist who specializes in IVDD on November 8th. I’m looking forward to taking her to Dr. Morgan. Since I don’t have any prior records of her IVDD diagnoses I would just like Dr. Morgan’s thoughts on Joie’s status. I’d also like to know if I should be doing some physical therapy for her and if I should do that prior to her starting to use a dog wheelchair. She will use Frankie’s wheelchair, which John will adjust in length and height for her. And I need to order her a license plate for it too, so best get on that pronto!
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