"In the last couple of years joint pain has meant Max isn't as mobile as he once was, and certainly in the last 12 months his decline was sad to see. We took him to the Vets who initially gave us a variety of rheumatism relief and pain killing pills for him, some of which he still takes now, but his demeanour towards the end of 2019 was very bad and he rarely felt inclined to go for a walk (even a short distance) and to be honest we feared the worst.
Our Vets suggested alternative therapy and so we contacted Operation K9. No sooner had we done so and arranged his first appointment than the first COVID lockdown started, so we had to postpone his further treatment until things improved. Max had his first Laser treatment with Rebecca in June and initially he went twice a week, then as his condition improved this was extended to once a week and then to once a fortnight which is the frequency he goes for treatment currently.
We noticed a significant improvement in Max's condition almost from the word go and he also has more interest in things in general too which is nice to see. We must of course bear in mind he is a very old dog for his breed and whilst the Laser therapy isn't a magic bullet cure it has certainly improved things for our dog to the point he actively looks forward to the day of treatment."