I officially got my physical therapy instructions from the vets at WSU, so this morning Mom and I had our first session. She has been icing my back legs since Monday but today was a bit more intensive. First, she used a warm, damp cloth to warm up my back right leg for 10 minutes. Then, she did about 5-6 different exercises on my leg. The papers in front of me are the exercise directions. She did things like bending my toes, moving my ankle back toward my booty, straightening my legs, and other things like that. At first I was a little weirded out by all of this but once the treats started flowing I was good to go. BOL! Actually she limited my treats but they did help. She was counting to five and holding each movement of my leg as she did them. Reluctantly, I will admit it was very soothing and I slowly lowered my body down to the ground even further and Mom says she could feel me relax. She also said my eyes communicated relaxation to her as well, but I really don't think she can tell that from my eyes. After all the exercises, she then iced my leg for 10-15 minutes with a bag of CORN! Can you believe that...corn, really? The part of my back right leg that is actually the worst is my deep digital flexor tendon which runs down the inside of my right hock. That part did get iced too, but now that Mom knows its exact location she will focus on that area the most. After all that she then did the same thing to my left leg and apparently we get to do it again tonight! I may start getting used to all this pampering.