As part of the AARV series, this important lecture will explore how hip dysplasia affects function in dogs throughout life, and which interventions (surgical, physical rehabilitation, pain management, nutrition) can be used to mitigate symptoms. Although it is a challenging disease to diagnose early in life, many cases of hip dysplasia can be well managed throughout a dog’s life without severe exercise restriction.
Attendees will gain a more thorough overview of hip dysplasia and its impact on daily activities and an understanding of case management, from early laxity to the mature arthritic pet
You will learn practical, take home information that is applicable to clinical practice. RACE approved for 1 hr CE.
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