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  1. @LuckytheDog will you keep us updated on how Lucky is doing? To update everyone on Bear: He is doing very well. We have worked to find alternative methods of stimulation that don't tax his body as much: reduced frisbee to once a month. when throwing it, keeping the frisbee low to avoid jumping. hiking at a moderate pace. I let him explore, and we take breaks in the shade. engage in more "brain games" like hide and go seek with treats, toys, etc. swimming (he loves this during the summer...but be careful, he has cut his foot twice, find a good spot that isn't
  2. Thanks for all of your replies! He's home, happy, and healthy.
  3. Can you believe this? I was so shocked about the difference in x ray quality that I even cross-checked the image on the deep and dark web to see if I was getting scammed lol.
  4. Hi @Ranchhand- thank you for your response. I have been through an interesting few weeks so sorry for taking awhile to get back with you. I'll start by saying this: Bear actually does not have torn ligaments. He has "slight hip dysplasia," in fact so slight that the vet doesn't even want to touch them yet. The Story: I took him to the local vet I have been using for the past two years after I noticed him kind of "carrying" his leg when he walked. I just started my second semester of law school so I wanted to have him x-rayed to have peace of mind about it. The above x-rays and diag
  5. "-partially torn cranial cruciate ligament (ACL); will need Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery.-Hip dysplasia, one side; will need hip replacement."
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