Snoopy came to us complaining that he couldn’t show off his cool lights and music to his best friend and that made him sad. During a quick examination the doctor discovered that Snoopy could only play if someone pushed a button in his paw. The patient explained that his best friend couldn’t hold his paw, and wanted to find a way to fix it. It was decided he would need to undergo surgery. He agreed and the team prepared for the changes! After applying some local anesthesia (by removing his batteries) Snoopy was fast asleep. 30 minutes under the scalpel and the surgery was complete, Snoopy has been adapted with a mono-jack to allow for a bigger button to be used to operate his lights! He’s expected to make a full recovery and can’t wait to see his best friend on Christmas!