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Knowing Susanna wanted to get moving, her vets made a point to bring her out to the pool frequently to stretch and walk around.

The light had come back to her eyes, and she had begun wagging her tail at everyone she met.

She was getting better — and it was clear she loved people, despite everything she’d been put through.

“She is just so happy,” Kardon said. “It’s probably for the first time in her life she’s felt this way.”

Thanks to more laser treatments and water therapy to continue to ease her leg pain and gain strength, Susanna continued to improve steadily.

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