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Extracapsular or Traditional Repair in Lab

Beau’s Story – Two Weeks Post Op CCL Repair

[ad#horizlinks468] This week we have seen a big improvement in Beau’s ease in getting around. In fact, he thinks he’s superdog! He clearly isn’t feeling much pain, so we have eased off on the Tramadol, but continue to give him the Metacam and the Acepromozine for sedation. The most difficult part of the week is […]

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Post Operative Recovery Following Traditional Repair

Beau’s CCL Repair – One Week Post Op

One Week Post Op Overall, this has been a good week and not as terrible as I imagined. By the third day, he no longer dragged his toes and was actually putting some pressure on the leg. We applied a cold compress to ice his knee area four and five times a day, but are […]

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Beau – One Day Post CCL Repair Surgery

Day After Surgery [ad#buttonleft125]My husband and I modified our work schedules somewhat so that someone could be home with Beau at all times for the first week. Today was my turn. In the morning, I took the bandage off as instructed and was very happy to find that the vet technician had done a great […]

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Post Operative Recovery for Dog Ligament Repair

Beau’s Day and Night of CCL Surgery

The Day and Night of Surgery I dropped Beau off at the vet’s at 7:30 am and went on to work, warning all my co-workers to expect a basket case in the office that day. By 8:30, I had a call from the vet’s office. I started panicking, but it turned out that they just […]

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Surgical Repairs for Torn Dog Knee Ligaments

Preparing Beau for CCL Repair Surgery

Preparations for Surgery To prevent further injury, we needed to keep Beau quiet. No running, no jumping and lots of rest. We were given Metacam for pain and Acepromozin as a sedative. It just about killed me to see my happy, active dog so sleepy – even though I knew it was for his own […]

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Extracapsular or Traditional Repair in Lab

Our Dog Beau and His CCL Injury

Our Dog Beau [ad#medsquareleft250] Our dog Beau is a seven year old Golden Retriever and master of the household! He’s friendly, fun, energetic and spoiled! Unfortunately, we learned early in his first year that he also has hip dysplasia. Until now, this has not stopped him from having an active, doggy life. However, in late […]

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