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Whiskey
Whiskey

Swierk says the bionic jaw is doing its job. “He eats all his yummies as he did before.” In addition to munching kibble, caulif lower and chew sticks, he’s back to chewing and chasing balls and toys. Swierk isn’t surprised that their dog has bounced back, or that the new technology was available right when he needed it. “We never doubted for one minute that Whiskey would succeed with this new cutting-edge surgery.” It’s all part of Whiskey’s good nature, Swierk says.

“He’s led a charmed life.”

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Sheila Pell is a journalist and contributor to The Bark.

Photography by Christina Gandolfo
Courtesy of the UC-Davis, photo by Gregory Urquiaga

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