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How Successful Is Dog Knee Surgery

Dog knee surgery is both a financial investment as well as a time and energy commitment. With so much on the line for both dog and owner the hope is that surgery is successful. Statistically, the odds are in favor of those who commit to dog knee surgery with a reported success rate of 85%-95% […]

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Tedy’s Story: Conservative Management

My 12-year-old (best estimate of his age) Bordie-Collie mix (and breed) injured his CCL on 5/11/21. He is about 50 lbs. I adopted him from the Humane Society 8 years ago. We were able to get in to see the vet within a few hours of his injury and a CCL tear was diagnosed based […]

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QLF Surgery: What Is It and Is It The Best Option For Your Dog’s Torn ACL?

Ruptured, torn, or partially torn ACL’s in dogs are so common that it is not surprising new technologies continue to develop to treat these injuries. QLF or MLFS surgery is a progressive operation that is  much less common than its counterparts, but may be just the answer you and your dog are looking for.  QLF […]

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Tovah experienced a complete ACL Tear

Tovah’s Story: Complete ACL Tear Surgery

On Saturday our seven year old Duck Tolling Retriever had an accident where she fell through some deck boards and was hanging off the edge of the deck for a few seconds while we tried to get her out. This resulted in a complete tear of her cruciate ligament (ACL). Our vet said that our […]

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Dog ACL Surgery Near Me

Helpful Tips To Help You Find The Right Veterinary Knee Surgeon For You and Your Dog Has the time come for your dog to have knee surgery? If so it will be important to find the right surgeon for both you and your dog. There are several factors to consider as you research the ideal […]

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Fifi, a dog who ruptured her cruciate ligament

Fifi – Ruptured Cruciate & PRP

I have my (nearly 5-year-old) French Bulldog the lovely Fifi. One snowy and icy day in January she was playing with her big sister Lucy and ended up limping – I have no idea what happened! I took her to the vets one week later & booked her in for a check-up on the leg. […]

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Dorie with a cone after her knee injury and surgery

7-Year-Old Dorie – Lateral Suture (Tightrope)

Dorie’s ACL injury journey started in November 2019 as I was rushing to get ready for work on a Friday morning. I had just let her outside to use the bathroom and she made her normal rounds of barking at the deer and letting the neighbors know she was up. When she was coming back […]

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Sampson – TPLO with multiple complications

Sampson is a 9y 8m Standard Poodle. In January or February, we noticed him with a limp and discomfort to the left rear leg. We scheduled him an appointment with his vet. In the appointment, he didn’t give much information to the doctor. She suggested X-Rays under anesthesia. He needed a dental cleaning so we […]

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Chino – Double CCL & TTA Surgery

Last year I noticed my german shepherd limping, shes a spazz and thought she tore a muscle but off to the vet we went. He performed the drawer test and yup she tore her ccl on her right leg. We went conservative at first and tried a brace and pain med for 4 months and […]

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Saul – Bilateral TPLO

Saul is a Johnson American Bulldog. He is a big-boned breed he’s 17 months. and 80 lbs. He could not do things I thought he should be able to. He often wined for no reason. Often he would limp. I thought his hips looked narrow for his chest. I brought him to the vet and […]

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