Cory’s Big Walk
Yesterday marked the 4th week since Cory’s surgery. Over these past 4 weeks I have taken him for “little” walks which have not amounted to more than about 50 steps beyond the top of our driveway, just to keep his muscles moving. But on Sunday Cory and I went for our first real walk through the neighborhood, probably about a mile. Cory did very well! He did not lose his balance even once. Although he still walks on his hind knuckles occasionally, that has improved. The vet’s assistant says that the knuckle walking is the last thing to go on the road to recovery from this kind of operation, so we are not concerned about it. Cory drew a crowd of wide-eyed children on our walk, who were fascinated with his shaved back and healing scar. I let them touch the scar and rub the peach-fuzz that is growing back. Cory loved the attention, and the kids loved the experience. We start Cory in hydro-therapy tomorrow afternoon, and are looking forward to his further recovery!
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