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A Virginia family has turned to the ancient practice of acupuncture to help reduce pain for their dog, Triumph, after the ...
pet lost a leg to cancer. (Feb. 19)
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DURATION: :55-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:WDBJ -- Courtesy - Embargo Roanoke/Lynchburg Market -- AP Clients Only Floyd County, Virginia -- Feb. 19, 20131. Various shots of Triumph and owners at their home in Floyd County, Virginia2. SOUNDBITE: Sarah Jones / Triumph's Owner (Transcript Below)3. Various shots of Triumph at home4. SOUNDBITE: Dr. Anne Mills / Veterinarian5. Various shots of Triumph receiving acupuncture6. SOUNDBITE: Sarah Jones / Triumph's Owner (Transcript Below)7. Various shots of Triumph at home.VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TAKE A LOOK AT TRIUMPH.....A DOG WITH PLENTY OF HEART....EVEN THOUGH SHE ONLY HAS THREE LEGS. 2 AND A HALF YEARS AGO...SHE LOST HER LEFT FRONT LEG TO CANCER.SOUNDBITE: Voice of Sarah Jones: Owner"That was a really hard decision to make for our ten year old dog but our vet said 'if it was my dog I would do it because she is so healthy in other ways."TRIUMPH STARTED TO BOUNCE BACK....BUT THEN BEGAN HAVING PROBLEMS WITH PAIN.SOUNDBITE: Dr. Anne Mills / Veterinarian "They were noticing that she was not quite wanting to go on walksquite as active, having some issues with the stairs, getting in and out ofthe car."ENTER DR. ANNE MILLS....WHO BEGAN TREATING TRIUMPH WITH ACUPUNCTURESarah Jones: Owner "She is a dog that likes to get out and run and sniff andwalk and to keep her quality of life better in that way is huge."EACH SESSION LASTS ABOUT 15 MINUTES.TRIUMPH'S OWNERS SAY DESPITE THE UNUSUAL TREATMENT, IT DIDN'T TAKE LONG FOR THEM TO SEE HER DOING BETTER.SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press