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ST. LOUIS , MO (KTVI)-The Humane Society of Missouri is continuing to treat a dog who was brutally injured last year. Trooper was dragged for more than a mile behind a pick-up truck in November 2012.  HSMO vets diagnosed Trooper with a painful condition common among dogs where the knee-cap moves out of its normal position.  He recently underwent knee surgery, his seventh surgery since the incident.

The surgery was successful, but Trooper will be in recovery a few weeks.
Trooper The Dog Received Medical Care – July 2013

In a photo provided by the Humane Society of Missouri, Dr. Travis Arndt, interim director HSMO's Animal Medical Center of Mid-America,  can be seen administering a laser therapy treatment to Trooper. The treatments are not painful.

Website: Follow Trooper's recovery and treatment with HSMO

More coverage:
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Trial Begins For Dog Dragged Down Highway Case

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