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What are the options for treating broken legs in dogs?
Dogs
What are the options for treating broken legs in dogs?
If your dog has a broken bone you will probably be anxious about how the fracture can be treated. There are many different ways to treat fractured bones and the exact treatment which is chosen will depend upon several fa…
October 16, 2021 • 26 shares
Rehabilitation after broken legs in cats
Cats
Rehabilitation after broken legs in cats
Cats are usually graceful creatures that move accurately. After all, they always fall on their feet, right? However, even they are prone to accidents. Either from a miscalculated jump, a falling object, or a fall. And th…
August 9, 2021 • 28 shares
What are the options for treating broken legs in cats?
Cats
What are the options for treating broken legs in cats?
Cats may be rumoured to have nine lives, but broken limbs are not uncommon in this mischievous species. The treatment options are varied; would you know what the options are? If you’ve ever broken a leg yourself, or know…
June 21, 2021 • 56 shares • 10 comments
What are the options for treating broken legs in horses?
Horses
What are the options for treating broken legs in horses?
Unfortunately, it's not uncommon to see broken (fractured) legs in horses. We often associate broken legs with sport horses and racehorses being injured in competition. But we also see them in riding and companion horses…
June 19, 2021 • 39 shares
How are broken legs treated in rabbits?
Rabbits
How are broken legs treated in rabbits?
Rabbits make amazing pets and quickly become members of the family with their unique personalities and loveable nature. It, therefore, is incredibly hard when they are injured or unwell. A particularly difficult injury t…
June 14, 2021 • 49 shares • 8 comments
Why aren’t dogs given casts if they break a bone?
Dogs
Why aren’t dogs given casts if they break a bone?
Fractures are a relatively common pet injury - usually the result of trauma or a fall, and a common question I get asked by owners is “Why can’t my dog’s fracture be cast?” After all, it’s commonplace in human medicine.
March 5, 2021 • 4 shares
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