|03-29-2014 08:24 PM|
|Nigel||If it is an ACL injury, it won't heal on its own. With us, we would rest him, then gradually let him go back to some activity only to have the pain/limp return. As others have said, best to have him checked by an ortho.|
|03-29-2014 08:10 PM|
Have them check the ACL. It may be partially torn. If it was blown she wouldn't be using it. My little dog blew out his right ACL he only yelped once, but when he tried to walk there was no support with that leg. His left one is partially torn. The right one was surgically repaired.
From what I understood at the time, torn ACL's don't show up on xrays, but they can usually tell by mensuration.
|03-29-2014 07:26 PM|
And no I have not seen an orthopedic vet so I will check that out, thanks.
|03-29-2014 07:21 PM|
|03-29-2014 02:52 PM|
Don't screw around with a regular vet. It's a waste of your money. They should have checked that due to a possible acute injury when they checked that hip so you already have wasted money
|03-29-2014 02:24 PM|
|BowWowMeow||This could be a knee or a back issue. You need to find an orthopedic specialist to diagnose the problem.|
|03-29-2014 02:21 PM|
Hi if you live near DM Ames is close to you,Call there and make a appointment at the vet College@ ISU.
Many vets just throw meds at these kinds of things.
|03-28-2014 02:27 AM|
|middleofnowhere||You need to find a different vet for a second opinion. I'd go to someone who does accupuncture & chiropractic or an ortho vet.|
|03-28-2014 12:55 AM|
|Nigel||Did they check for an ACL tear (cruciate ligament rupture)?|
|03-28-2014 12:52 AM|
Did you get pain meds or anti-inflammatory meds?
Did the vet recommend any exercise restriction or rest?
Have you seen an orthopedic vet?
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