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…gets tough to do.    I'm glad I'm not alone.  You can't imagine the roller coaster ride I went thru when she had her first TPLO recovery.  I had no where to turn.  Everyone just acted like it was a normal recovery.  But I had to carry her everywhere!  And

15 January 2010 11:46 pm
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Supai
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…it eased my mind a lot. In 2005 Supai had both of her cruciate ligament's repaired by TPLO procedure. This is a very traumatic surgery with a 16 wk recovery period. Your suggestions and the ones on the post were thing we dealt with and Supai did well through it all. We have been very positive around her…

…Lab here at home and Supai is very fond of him so she is never alone, and Barley is very attentive to her. Luckly supai is a very positive dog, when recoverying from TPLO she was eager to do things when asked and staid quiet when she needed to work on healing.

Like I said before I am not worried about

Supai
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Supai
30 November 2009 7:00 pm
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…for all of your kind words. I am sure there will be some pt falls in the recovery. Fortunatley we have gone through 2 TPLO repairs on her. She handles Fentenyl and Tramadol (currently on Tram) and we still have the sling. I am…

…less worried about the recovery, the TPLO procedure is pretty traumatic and Supai couldn't use it. Supai goes in this Thursday she will be hospitalized the first night. Will have

Supai
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17 March 2009 10:38 am
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… I finally ended up pulling out Max's instructions from his TPLO and we were giving him that combination of Rimadyl and Tramadol during his recovery. So much has happened since then that I had forgotten.

Ive called his Ortho and Onco today and we are having a CBC done, so Im hoping for

16 March 2009 9:59 am
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…in your heart that you have made a decision that is right for you and for Cooper, then thats all that counts and you will get through the surgery and recovery just like the rest of us.  We will be thinking about you and sending hugs and pawsitive thoughts your way!!

Paula and Max

11 February 2009 1:31 pm
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…done a TPLO like Ivan had. I would do suture stabilization. Very easy
jerry : Ouch. That surgery is so hard, I hear, to get dogs to handle the recovery period.
admin : even on a tripawd?
tazziedog : The best thing for an ACL is surgery. Short of that weight loss and glucosamine
tazziedog : I

3 February 2009 10:48 pm
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