TPLO Surgery Blog
Here you can learn more about TPLO and other great information about your dog.
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Food is essential to humans and dogs. After all, it provides the energy needed to stay active. However, you can only stay healthy if you follow the right diet. But what constitutes the right diet? If you ask most pet owners, they might tell you about the commercial dog food they give their pets. However, […]
Just like humans, dogs feel pain. The pain could be caused by tripping after a vigorous play session or because of an injury. Regardless of the cause, experiencing pain could make your dogs feel frustrated and let down, preventing them from enjoying their everyday activities. The pain could also make them feel worse, especially if […]
Weakening hind legs can be bothersome for you and your dog. In fact, the thought of your pet limping is enough to get you down. Wobbly or weak back legs could leave your pet in pain and put them at risk for accidents. By knowing what causes dog back leg weakness, you can keep your […]
Encouraging your dog to go through physical therapy is a great way to relieve its discomfort, especially post-TPLO. After all, it offers benefits such as better mobility, flexibility, joint strength, and balance. Canine physical therapy is a practical option for any pet owner because your dog can engage in different types of exercises even in […]
Back pain occurs not only in humans but also in dogs. Dogs can experience mild to severe back pain with limited mobility, which can be temporary or chronic. Knowing the signs and treatments of back pain can tremendously help in alleviating your dog’s pain. Causes of back pain in dogs As an example, dogs experience […]
Canine arthritis is a common problem in dogs. Older dogs and larger breeds with a specific genetic makeup are also more prone to getting this condition. While there is no known cure for canine arthritis, proper symptom management can work wonders to improve the quality of life of your dog. What is Canine Arthritis? Canine […]
Being a responsible pet owner means keeping your dog in good shape. But this can be difficult for pet lovers because chubby dogs seem adorable at first glance. You might want to rethink liking another #fatdoggo post on your social media feed, however, because that dog could already be suffering from obesity. Data shows that […]
We understand it’s difficult for your dog to undergo Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery. TPLO is a common procedure for treating a torn cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) among animals like dogs and cats. Since it’s an invasive procedure, full recovery usually takes up to six months. Fortunately, you’ll notice significant improvements in your pet […]