BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The leader of the pack at Moravian College is back to work.
We caught up with "Mo" today with his owner...Moravian President Bryon Grigsby. Back in April, "Mo" the greyhound was hospitalized after suffering a spinal embolism. He's been on the mend for the last six weeks, but now he's back to his normal duties with his owner, Moravian President Bryon Grigsby.
The whole campus rallied around Mo during his recovery, Grigsby said.
"Everybody was sending him notes and well wishes and prayers and it looks like he'll make a full 100 percent recovery and will be running again shortly," Grigsby said.
You can follow Mo's activity on his Facebook page.
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