Humane Society of Utah uses a medical laser to help dog
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A Sharplan 1030 laser machine was generously donated to the Humane Society of Utah by Scott Carson, founder and CEO of MedRepPro (MRP) located in Park City, Utah. Astro, a 5-year-old large mixed-breed dog, was the first patient to undergo surgery using this laser to amputate his right foreleg. The medical laser will expand the surgical treatment options that Humane Society of Utah veterinarians can perform on shelter animals.
CEO Scott Carson wants to improve healthcare. His dream is to get the world’s best technology and services to all who need it — including our furry family members. Because his company has the largest online presence for medical lasers, they offer the highest quality products and services for affordable prices. Since MRP is based in Park City, when Scott learned about the need from a Humane Society of Utah board member, he did not hesitate to help. "The Humane Society of Utah does amazing work for our local community,” said Carson. “The MRP team is happy that we were able to leverage our resources and make a difference by donating a laser to such a great organization.”