Here you can learn more about TPLO and other great information about your dog.
All dogs have their own quirks, fears, phobias and things that get them excited. Since most dogs have very strong senses, especially from a smelling and hearing standpoint, it can lead to potentially being more fearful about common things. Every dog reacts differently...read more
You’ve noticed your dog has been favoring her hind leg, so you take her to see your regular veterinarian. After running a few tests and taking X-rays, your vet tells you your pet likely has a cranial cruciate ligament rupture (CCLR).read more
When you’re aware of the TPLO recovery timeline for your dog, you’ll be able to better understand the phases your pet is going through. Here’s what to expect.read more
A torn ACL in dogs is more common than many dog owners think. Read here for the most common reasons why dogs rupture their ACL and how to prevent it.read more
If your dog has an ACL tear and you need to look into ACL surgery option, here’s how to maintain your dog’s joint health.read more
Helping your dog with TPLO surgery recovery will help it get back to normal as quickly as possible. Here are some tips to help you through the process.read more
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