Amputee dog visits Pace Rehabilitation
Cola, a double amputee dog, has visited Pace Rehabilitation, the UK’s leading clinic for people who have sustained serious limb injury or limb loss.
Cola lost his limbs in Thailand after they were hacked off with a sword as punishment for chewing a pair of shoes when he was around 6 months old. He was rescued by John Dalley and his late wife Gill, founders of the Soi Dog Foundation which was created in 2003. The charity now employs over 50 vets in Thailand and neuters around 18,000 animals each month.
Cola’s visit to Pace Rehabilitation’s Bredbury clinic was prompted after his current prostheses had become worn down and uncomfortable and his owner sought UK expertise.
Toby Carlsson, Founder and Prosthetist at Pace Rehabilitation said:
John Dalley, Owner and Co-Founder of Soi Dog Foundation, said:
Pace conducted a comprehensive assessment of Cola and took plaster casts of his legs to ensure that they deliver the best equipment to suit his needs.