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Dogs with front leg injuries often show signs of limping, lameness, or swelling. For sprains & canine carpal hyperextension, non-surgical treatments like hydrotherapy or a canine wrist brace can help.
If your dog has an ACL tear & surgery is not an option, try a dog stifle brace. One of many alternatives to surgery to treat a dog's cruciate ligament tear, dog knee braces promote pain-free mobility.
Is your golden retriever limping? It may be a torn CCL. Luckily there are many dog ACL surgery alternatives. Read how our dog knee brace for torn ACL helped Tess heal without surgery.
The dog hock joint is analogous to the human ankle. Limping, lameness & swelling of the ankle are signs of a hock injury. Luckily, there are many natural treatment options for dog hock problems.
Is your Australian shepherd limping or having trouble getting up? These may be signs of canine hip dysplasia, a treatable disease. Here we explore canine hip dysplasia treatment options for your Aussie.
After our dog Bella was diagnosed with CHD, we explored natural remedies for hip dysplasia in dogs & designed an orthopedic canine brace. Read how our Hip Hound brace helped Bella without surgery.
Is your labrador limping? Having trouble getting up from a nap? Learn to spot the early signs of hip dysplasia in labs and find the treatment option that’s right for your dog.
There are many treatment options for canine hip, joint & ligament injuries & conditions. Here’s a look at some surgical and noninvasive treatments, including dog knee braces & dog hip braces.
When your puppy has a torn ACL and surgery isn’t the best option, you may be able to let your dog’s torn ACL heal on its own. Read how our dog knee brace helped Zoe make a full recovery.
Pitbulls are prone to hip dysplasia & torn CCLs, but there are many non-invasive treatment options available. Learn how to spot common pitbull hip & leg problems and treat without surgery.
Does your puppy have hip dysplasia? Don’t worry! Learn how to spot CHD symptoms early, get a diagnosis, and plan for your puppy’s hip dysplasia treatment.
Common in older dogs, canine arthritis is a painful chronic disease. There are, however, many arthritis treatments to alleviate discomfort. Read how Mindy the Border Collie got relief.
Like many large breed dogs, German shepherds are prone to canine hip dysplasia, which can cause lameness and limping. Watch for early signs of CHD and other hip and joint problems and begin treatment asap.
Are boxers prone to canine hip dysplasia (CHD)? Yes! In this educational post, we explore CHD in dogs, boxer hip dysplasia symptoms, treatment options, and other common boxer hip issues.
After ACL surgery, dogs often develop injuries in the opposite leg. A shepherd named Sunday used our dog ACL brace to support her left ligament after surgery on her right CCL. Here’s her story!
A torn ACL is a common canine injury. While it is possible for a dog to recover from an ACL tear using surgery alternatives, it is not true for all dogs. Learn more about dog acl surgery cost, options, and alternatives.