September 8, 2012 in Albany, NY, railroad workers found 3, 3-week old puppies nailed to the railroad tracks by their paws. Hudson and his two sisters were rushed to a local animal shelter. One of the sisters didn’t make it and the other sister got to keep her paw. Hudson needed to have a prosthetic paw.
October 12, 2012, Hudson was fitted for his first prosthetic paw and now Hudson can walk normally. As a growing puppy, he will keep outgrowing his prosthetic paws until he is fully done growing. Animal Ortho Care, LLC just sent Hudson a new prosthetic paw in early June that fits him perfectly!
With the help of custom made prosthetic limbs and braces, your animal’s mobility can benefit, just like Hudson’s did!
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