Common Reasons Why Dogs Rupture Their ACL

Common Reasons Why Dogs Rupture Their ACL

Believe it or not, a torn ACL in dogs is one of the most common major injuries a dog can experience today. There are several reasons why a dog may rupture their ACL. Some of them can be prevented, but accidents do happen. The strain a dog puts on their muscles and...
Maintaining Joint Health

Maintaining Joint Health

Just like humans, dogs can develop arthritis.  Arthritis in dogs is typically secondary to an underlying disease (torn cruciate ligament, a bone fracture that extends into a joint, etc).  Many times this underlying process can be treated, but long-term joint health...
Should Your Dog Take a Joint Supplement?

Should Your Dog Take a Joint Supplement?

Providing your dog with the resources they need can help them live a long and healthy life. Many pet owners wait too long to address their dog’s joint health, which can be a critical part of their overall health. In some cases, you may even have to go through a dog...
The Signs Your Dog May Need TPLO Surgery

The Signs Your Dog May Need TPLO Surgery

Just like people, active dogs can get bumps and bruises or other soft-tissue sprains or strains from time-to-time. All of these can lead to them wanting to just relax or maybe even walk a little differently for a couple of days. But what if you notice your dog is...
How to Keep Your Dog Feeling Young

How to Keep Your Dog Feeling Young

Just like humans, dogs will slow down as they age.  This is especially true as underlying injuries such as ACL tear in dogs occur.  As a pet owner, there are certain steps we can take to keep our dogs feeling young so they will be more active and live a long and...

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