Dogs that have suffered a Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) rupture—which is similar to a torn Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in humans—often need corrective surgery to mitigate the injury and slow the onset of arthritis. According to the American College of… Read More
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Using Joint Supplements After TPLO Surgery for Dogs
Does your companion have healthy joints? Ligaments, tendons, menisci, and other essential body parts make up our joints, and the same is true for canines. Keeping joints healthy can significantly impact one’s health, both in terms of orthopedics and other… Read More
CCL Surgery for Dogs: What is the CCL?
Whether your veterinary care professionals have recommended TPLO, TTA, or ECLS for your companion’s knee problems, you are likely drowning in definitions and acronyms related to your canine’s care. Navigating the world of CCL rupture can be overwhelming, but this… Read More
Why TPLO Surgery For Dogs May Be Your Companion’s Best Option For Cruciate Ligament Rupture
If you or someone you know has experienced a torn ACL, you likely have an idea of how painful that type of injury can be. Unfortunately, our canine companions can also experience a similar kind of injury. Rupture of the… Read More