Testimonial:
Charlene

I had to send you a little clip of my HAPPY little boy!! This was taken

literally less than 60 seconds after we put him down in it!!! He
literally ZOOMED off (as you can see in the clip).

For the rest of the weekend he walked right along with his big brothers
and sisters when we took them out!!! We finally had to put a leash on
him because we couldn’t move fast
enough to catch up with him!!

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!! I haven’t seen my little one this
happy since his accident!! He is free and moving on his own again!! We
couldn’t be any happier!!

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July 23rd, 2014

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