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  1. Health & Nutrition
    Hello everyone, first time posting here. We have a 7.5 year old pitbull who tore his ACL a few weeks ago. We've gotten a variety of recommendations from veterinarians in our area. One procedure that we felt was interesting was called a "tightrope" procedure. Does anyone have any experience with...
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    Hello all, I took my 3 yr old pit yesterday to the vet because he was limping. The vet told me he has a partially torn CCL. I told the vet I can't afford the surgery now and if there are alternatives. He told me to rest him for 4-6 weeks (like very very very minumum walks and keep him in one...
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    Hello, So on the 19th of April we took Sam out to play ball and he randomly decided to jump up and twist around and landed on the leg funny. After that he started to have a limp and wasn't putting full weight on the leg, sort of toe touching. We took him in on the 4th of May because he was...
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    I used all my 2014 allowance on F bombs today. all in one week... - Uncle Sam got me for 3 grand - blew out the rear differential in my truck (another 3k) - parking ticket on the rental vehicle - lost my phone - and today Gotti Boi blew his left knee out (99% certain) only 1 or 2 other times in...
  5. Health & Nutrition
    OK here is a short video of Veronica walking yesterday (11/11). She had her surgery 11/8 and came home 11/9; so I am calling this the 3rd day. For you guys with experience with the procedure...feedback please? I was feeling pretty comfortable because I was told that some dogs don't even put...
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    Just spent a couple of hours at the vet and need some advice. I've got a 7 year old male (85 lbs) that's been showing some age in his back legs. Slow to get moving in the morning and an occasional limp after playing ball. Three days ago he went lame in his left rear leg and won't put any...
  7. Health & Nutrition
    So Nubs had a minor tear of his CCL back in Feb, the vet couldn't feel it so we did 6 weeks of R&R then started working again, strengthening his knees up to the point where he was no longer limping for a good 3 months. A few weeks ago I let him do a Lure course for fun, and he tore the CCL...
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