Tag: hip dysplasia

  • Welcome to Dotty!

    We have to both welcome and celebrate Dotty today! This lovely little one had luxating patella on both sides. One side had a surgery to stop the knee cap slipping and dislocating. Sadly there was a problem and a screw needed removing. This is not unusual though it’s not totally common. She then had lameness…

  • Welcome to Ollie

    Hello and welcome to Ollie. He is so lovely. He had a moment though and jarred his hip! He has mild hip dysplasia and managed to jump and land wrong causing the hip to move and bruise the bone. Very ouch! He was lame and sent to us for physio. He did really well and…

  • Welcome to Franklin

    Hello and welcome to Franklin. This very sweet dog has hip dysplasia. A very common problem, that left to its own devices will lead to lameness, muscle loss and sever osteoarthritis. Cracking on with therapy early gives your dog the best chance to reduce the severity of the future problems. Your therapist will help you…

  • Welcome Oscar

    Hello and welcome to Oscar. This handsome man had our brains doing over time! Rots are such loyal dogs that they can be insanely protective of thier family and not love anyone elses involvement. This makes them very loved and very lovable but can be a challange to treat! But we managed to fine a…

  • Welcome to Kreed

    Hello and welcome to Kreed. A beautiful soul. So lovely in nature. But sadly these frenchies have more than thier fair share of problems. Kreed as the worst hip dysplasia we have ever seen. Yet he is full of beans and happy! Phew! He is too young to have hip replacement surgery. Normally we are…

  • Welcome to Snickers

    Hello and welcome to Snickers. Such a sweet (excuse the pun) cross breed! Snickers has hip dysplasia! We are thrilled as these cases are great and respond so well to conservative management. Snickers is on a physio plan. Mum is being very good at following the program and its paying off! Snickers is doing so…

  • Welcome to Bertie

    Hello and welcome to Bertie. He is such a sweet loving bulldog. Poor Bertie has serious hip dysplasia and was lame very young. This did allow for the opportunity for a procedure that can only be done before they are 6months old. So he had work on his pelvis and come for physio. He is…