As our dogs get older, they become more prone to tendon and ligament damage caused by injury or wear and tear. Today’s diagnostic tools and treatment options are many and varied, and can help pinpoint and heal the damage as well as alleviate discomfort.
Our dogs are living longer than ever before, which means diseases associated with aging have become more common. Some of the most familiar ailments in dogs include arthritis, as well as tendon and ligament damage. These issues cause pain, gait dysfunction, and joint deformities. Thanks to the great strides being made in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions,