The Daily Digital Photo
Chronicling the life of Clayton and Spenser, with memories of Scooter
October 25, 2007
Dr. Spenser Kramer, M.D., is called upon to perform a delicate squeaker extraction. He waits until the patient is fully anesthetized.
A costly MRI is not required; Dr. Kramer's highly honed skills allow him to determine the squeaker's location by feel alone, though the repetetitive "squeak" is generally a good give-away.
As a result of his flawless technique, only a small amount of surrounding tissue had to be removed. We are happy to report that the surgery was successful and the patient was released after a brief recovery on the living room floor.