Rock N Roll is doing well. The doctor told me that the amount that he recovered in four days can sometimes take up to several weeks. He is continuing his anti-inflammatory medication as well as antibiotics and as much rest as possible.
Another thank you to everyone for your concern and support of Rock N Roll.
(note: above photo was taken by Michael Luckenbach at Triangle Park. August 2009)
Rock N Roll is knuckling and having a hard time with balance. The hospital stated that he is recovering quicker than they expected. He will be visiting Medical Director, Katie Baldwin, DVM at the VCA Misener-Holley Animal Hospital for a follow up this Wednesday.
Thank you to everyone who cared to support during our emergency and his initial treatments.
This afternoon my dog Rock N Roll was attacked by a large german shepard. Rock N Roll was grabbed by the neck and shaken.
After the attack, Rock N. Roll lost the movement of his legs and may need to be treated by a specialist for spinal injuries immediately to walk again. The hospital stated that every hour counts in this kind of situation.
John F Ure's son Howard Ure, namesake for Howard Street
I received your email address on the web link through a google search and saw the Rogers park in 1,000 words link.
I am hopeful you could tell me more about the History of the Ure family in Rogers Park. I can not seem to find anything on the web that would confirm their contribution to that area.
Ruth Ure was my grandmother and her parents had the Ure dairy farm in Rogers Park. From what I understand from family stories they owned a lot of land in Rogers park from McCormack down to the lake. Howard Street and Howard St beach was named after him.
I found these pictures below from ancestory.com and it shows the Norshore theatre. Is this the same theatre as the Adelphi Theatre?
Can you tell me of any additional information you may have on the Ure family and their contributions to the Rogers Park area?
Ure Dairy Wagon 1914
Norshore Theater and Ship Restaurant built by John F. Ure and family at Howard and Clark in Rogers Park