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Rampage is a Cane Corso dog who recently received treatment for bilateral shoulder OCD. OCD stands for osteochondritis dissecans and is a condition in which the cartilage becomes detached from the bones at joint locations, most typically in the shoulders.
Trupanion notes an increase in pet insurance claims for cruciate ligament damages and ties this to warm weather. (PR.com) August 16, 2010 - Trupanion, a pet insurance company, reports a 29.76% rise in pet insurance claims for cruciate ligament damage between January
A financial website recently posted an article about the cost of owning a dog. It is fairly accurate and offers a lot of great information, however, they forgot to mention pet insurance! Of course, you need food, toys, supplies and
Wylie the Black Lab recently had surgery for hip dysplasia and degenerative joint disease (poor guy!). Hip dysplasia is a condition that occurs when the ball-in-socket joints do not perfectly fit together and can cause pain, limping, and other mobility
Pet Name: Clara Treated For: Patellar Luxation Total Repaid:$2,993.32 Time to Process Claims: 7 days Just weeks before Christmas, our puppy sustained an injury which resulted in luxating patella. The only option for our dear puppy was surgery with a