PLASTIC SURGERY FOR PETS : News Photo

PLASTIC SURGERY FOR PETS

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When told her dog Ace would need cosmetic surgery, Jennifer Scaturro of Arnold, Maryland, was surprised. But the surgery for an inturned eyelid stopped Ace from having cotinually watery eyes and rubbing his eyes with the back of his paws. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)
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When told her dog Ace would need cosmetic surgery, Jennifer Scaturro of Arnold, Maryland, was surprised. But the surgery for an inturned eyelid stopped Ace from having cotinually watery eyes and rubbing his eyes with the back of his paws. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)
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February 21, 2013
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When told her dog Ace would need cosmetic surgery Jennifer Scaturro... News Photo 163712590Ace,Cosmetics,Dog,Healthcare And Medicine,Lifestyles,Maryland,Operation,USA,VerticalPhotographer Collection: Tribune News Service 2013 MCTWhen told her dog Ace would need cosmetic surgery, Jennifer Scaturro of Arnold, Maryland, was surprised. But the surgery for an inturned eyelid stopped Ace from having cotinually watery eyes and rubbing his eyes with the back of his paws. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun/MCT via Getty Images)