Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Dogs

Cruciate Ligament Injuries in Dogs

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the most important stabilisers in the knee (also called ‘stifle’) joint. And its rupture is an orthopaedic injury seen very commonly in veterinary practice. This injury is painful, and can lead to a reduction...
Joint Care for Senior Dogs

Joint Care for Senior Dogs

Arthritis is a common condition, affecting one in five adult dogs. It can cause them to slow down but – with regular veterinary attention and daily care – there’s no reason why senior dogs can’t continue to experience a very happy, healthy...
Preventing Joint Disease in Dogs

Preventing Joint Disease in Dogs

Preventive health care is important for all dogs, especially large and giant breeds that are predisposed to joint disease. Regular checkups with your vet will ensure potential problems — such as obesity or an improper diet — are caught early before they contribute to...
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