Being aware of how to care for your dog properly after surgery can help them return to normal as soon as possible and without any complications. In today's blog, our Plains veterinarians share some tips on how to properly care for your pup after surgery.
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It's relatively common for our canine companions to suffer from knee injuries, in particular, affecting their cranial cruciate ligament (CCL). Here, your Plains vets explain when your pup may require surgery to repair damage to their knee and get them up and running again and what surgery options they have available to them.
FHO surgery, or a femoral head ostectomy, can be a relatively inexpensive and effective surgical treatment option for hip problems in your cat. Today, our Plains vets explain the anatomy of your cat's hips, the kind of conditions that can affect their joint and what is involved in FHO surgery and recovery.
Are you considering TPLO (Tibial PLateau Leveling Osteotomy) surgery for your pup? Here, our Plains vets explain what this procedure involves and what to expect as your dog recovers.
It's important to know how you will have to care for your cat as they recover from a scheduled surgery in order to help them return to their normal life as quickly as possible. Here is some advice from our Plains veterinary team about how to care for your cat after surgery.
If your dog is about to undergo orthopedic surgery it's time to plan ahead for their recovery period. Knowing how to care for your pooch after the procedure is essential since recovery from orthopedic surgery can be long and frustrating for dogs. Here, our Plains vets provide tips on how to care for your dog after orthopedic surgery.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease is capable of affecting your cat's digestion, appetite and quality of life. This disease can also be difficult to diagnose. Here, our Plains vets offer insight into IBD in cats, from its symptoms and causes to its treatment and diagnosis.
From Happy Pet Owners
Prompt and honest service. They didn't claim our dog's issue was any more or less severe that it was. Payment can be difficult to discuss in the moment but they were upfront about what was being done and what possible procedures would cost, asking for our approval before moving forward. Our boy ended up only needing minor care but we'll be using their service again in the future if we need emergency care.