At Astonlee Veterinary Hospital, we have 35 years experience in treating cranial cruciate rupture injuries in dogs. There are a variety of techniques used, but biological graft replacement surgery is the technique that we prefer to use for this type of injury. This is because it’s non-invasive, relatively economic, and has a 30-year track record at our hospital. We believe that by doing this, we won’t make one of the most painful dog injuries even worse.
The first picture shows the different between the two options, in humans. The graft replacement technique (on the left) is used in human surgery throughout the world, chosen for the best athletes, footballers & Olympic skiers. A graft replacement technique is available at Astonlee Veterinary Hospital
There are a number of testimonials relating to our Cruciate Surgery on our Client Testmonials so click on 'Visit my Website' to read them and give us a call on 01908 942228 if you would like to know more. There is also a published technical paper here