Cruciate Ligament Injury in Dogs
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Just like people, dogs can rupture their cranial cruciate ligament. When injured, it can be very painful & will likely require surgery. If you notice your dog limping on a hind leg, you should bring it to the attention of your veterinarian. He or she can determine if it is a cruciate injury and the best treatment option available. To learn more, we will listen to Dr. Brian Beale, a board certified veterinary surgeon.

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