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cruciate ligament

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 2 June 2007 04:15PM | viewed 7858 times
Q Alex asks:

How do I know my dog's cruciate ligament is getting better after the op? Four months later he is still limping on and off and seems to be in pain.

Q Our vet says: It can take a long time for healing to take place following this type of surgery. I personally usually suggest to owners to allow at least three months and often longer until the dog is back to normal. The type of surgery performed and other individual factors will all affect what you should expect by now. As you are concerned it would be a good idea to contact your vet and let them know how things are at the moment. They will then be able to help your dog in the most appropriate way, but hopefully all will be progressing well.

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