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Not your ordinary horseshoe

Molly the pony, who uses a prosthetic leg, has made more than 40 therapeutic visits to hospitalized children, wounded military personnel at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and others.

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Not your ordinary horseshoe
Article | After surviving Hurricane Katrina five years ago, Molly the Pony was mauled by a rescued dog that damaged her leg so badly it had to be amputated. Though horses with badly injured legs are almost always euthanized, Molly received a donated prosthetic leg from a Louisiana specialist. Now she has m...

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