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    Has anyone heard of this, or even used this as a pain relief therapy for dogs suffering from SM?
    Marianne
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    Is this what Jaime with Brady, talks about -- she wrote something up about this for one of the national clubs?
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    Cavalier health.org has a bit about it

    http://www.cavalierhealth.org/syring...-_post-surgery
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    Jaime Redniss swears by this device for her post-surgery SM dog. Susan Stoltz of AlphaSonic has reported that other Cavaliers with SM have obtained relief, too. It is not a cheap device, costing over $1,000.00 US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RodRussell View Post
    Jaime Redniss swears by this device for her post-surgery SM dog. Susan Stoltz of AlphaSonic has reported that other Cavaliers with SM have obtained relief, too. It is not a cheap device, costing over $1,000.00 US.

    I talked with Susan yesterday, (attending funeral after gathering at my home) but do to the circumstances and hosting, I didn't get a chance to ask her much about this device and how it is used. She did say that they were having alot of success with pain management particularly in Cavaliers with SM, but I didn't get to go into it further with her. I wonder if it also works for symptomatic dogs that have not had surgery, and how often it has to be used.

    I will certainly give her a call and see if I can learn more.

    Thank you.
    Marianne
    Mom to Dottie, and our precious rescue, Claire-Bear

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