Panosteitis (growing pains) in puppies is a painful cause of lameness and most common in German Shepherds. Find out about panosteitis diagnosis, panosteitis treatment, and panosteitis prognosis in this informative article.
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Find out more about one of the three types of elbow dysplasia. Ununited anconeal process is most often diagnosed in puppies less than a year of age.
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Young, large breed dogs that are limping on a front leg may have elbow dysplasia. Find out more about one form, Medial Fragmented Coronoid Process, here.
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Luxating patella in dogs is an extremely common cause of rear leg lameness. Read about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of luxating patella in dogs.
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Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is a very common orthopedic problem in dogs. Sooner or later, most dog owners will encounter this issue. A torn cruciate can be a painful and debilitating injury for dogs and humans alike. Learn more about anterior cruciate ligament injuries in dogs.
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