oral surgery in dogs

Why does my dog need oral surgery? Dogs need oral surgery to remove growths, repair oral defects, and fix jaw fractures. No one knows what causes tumors to form in dog’s mouths. If they are caught early, complete removal can be curative. Some growths require small incisions to remove, while for others, part of the…

elbow dysplasia in dogs Arkansas Veterinary Surgery Center

How Pet Chiropractic Care Helps Dogs and Cats By Dr. Karen Becker   Pet chiropractic care is an excellent way to prevent and treat joint degeneration in your pet. Proper vertebral alignment keeps the body from shifting into unhealthy positions to compensate for joint pain caused by injury or degeneration. Regular manual orthopedic manipulation, especially with large…

cruciate ligament surgery

What is Canine Cruciate Disease? Injury or failure of the cranial cruciate ligament (commonly referred to as Cruciate Disease) is a very common problem that can be encountered by dogs of all shapes and sizes. Some breeds such as the Labrador Retriever, Rottweiler, Mastiff breeds and West Highland white terrier appear predisposed whereas some breeds…

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