I have a proud parent moment to share. Our Jaguar, 3 1/2 year old Champion Alaskan Malamute was stricken with and FCE on February 2nd of this year. He was completely paralyzed from the rib cage back. Very slowly he regained his ability to pee and poop without assistance. His right leg has come back on board, however he still drags his left leg. Yesterday I took Jag to the park on my lunch hour, just like I always do. After he had pooped, I cleaned it up and put him on a stand stay while I threw it in the trash about 60 feet away. You can imagine my surprise when I turned around to see this 100 lb dog RUNNING, full tilt towards me! Totally unassisted by a human with only that bungee cord device keeping the left leg moving forward. This is a HUGE landmark on his road to recovery! Thank you Canine Mobility! This device is the best money we’ve spent since Jags release from the hospital!
— John Dewing and Ron Dysart