Animal E.R.

They ended up taking home two. A week later, during a routine check up they found out their dog Lucky had a potentially fatal heart murmur. Not knowing how it would play out, the family returned lucky to the breeder. The Hardison's, tormented by that decision, decided to fight for lucky and get a second opinion from doctor Dennis Johnson. He immediately realized how much lucky meant to their family. Lucky will still need monthly check ups, X-rays and E-K-G's to make sure his heart never enlarges. The Hardison's have spent well over 500 dollars for treatment, money they say is well spent.