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Old 03-12-2014, 11:55 AM   #11
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I'm glad he is well and home both for him and you. I bet he will be very glad to get out of that crate.
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I'm glad he is well and home both for him and you. I bet he will be very glad to get out of that crate.


yes , he is happy to be home. ..

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Good luck with the rehab. When my wife and I adopted our first dog, she had an ACL tear--a fact unknown to us at the time. Her injury astounded our vet since she (the dog, not the vet) was also only about 5 months old.

It's been three-and-a-half years and the surgeon's shark wire is still working like a charm. Rehab was stressful for us and her both, but she shows no adverse effects of the tear.

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Good luck with the rehab. When my wife and I adopted our first dog, she had an ACL tear--a fact unknown to us at the time. Her injury astounded our vet since she (the dog, not the vet) was also only about 5 months old.

It's been three-and-a-half years and the surgeon's shark wire is still working like a charm. Rehab was stressful for us and her both, but she shows no adverse effects of the tear.

Thank you . It has only been 1 week since his surgery but I think he is feeling a little better .. It is the 6 weeks of crate rest that is rough. He goes for a 2 week check on the 25th ..

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