iluvk9 wrote:Malli wrote:my vet is very traditional, he won't recommend anything (food or supplements) unless he has a study to show that it works. I bought it from him! So, your vet should already know
Oh! Okay! I will run it by him!
furever_pit wrote:I have a friend with a super large dog who has had several knee surgeries. I'll contact her and see if she has any tricks up her sleeve that I can pass on to you.
airwalk wrote: I could control speed and direction that way and was still able to provide a bit of support for that rear leg right after surgery.
furever_pit wrote: The dog was put on Acepromazine and kept pretty drugged up for quite a while.
Additionally, they did what they could with his environment to try and promote calmness - kept the house quiet and the lights off or low and the room was warm.
iluvk9 wrote:Oh sure! I will fly everyone from PBT here! Wait till I make you all breakfast.
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