Operations: Two Viable Options-Modern technology and an old standby method are analyzed as CHD treatments
Surgery may be recommended for suitable candidates, taking into account expected activity level, longevity and use and value of the dog.
Treatment of this disease must be tailored specifically to the needs of your pet, whether using conventional or alternative medicine
An evaluation method is needed that is not only diagnostic but which can predict the probability of canine hip dysplasia.
The Role of Orthopedic Registries in Fighting Canine Hip Dysplasia; Registries, although essential in documenting CHD, have not been used to their full potential
The authors assess the pros and cons of standard diagnostic methods for hip dysplasia By John C. Cargill, MA MBA, MS and Susan Thorpe-Vargas, MS
Canine Hip Dysplasia Part II - Causative Factors of Canine Hip Dysplasia by Author: John C. Cargill MA MBA MS & Dr. Susan Thorpe-Vargas
To understand this genetically transmitted disease, we must first understand the workings of the normal canine hip.
By John C. Cargill, MA MBA, MS and Susan Thorpe-Vargas, MS
An insightful article on Hypothyroidism by Author: John C. Cargill MA MBA MS & Dr. Susan Thorpe-Vargas