Anyone who has ever undergone a dental procedure knows that it’s hard to return to “business as usual” after the procedure is done. We tend to be groggy from the anesthetic, and eating food proves to be a challenge. The same is true of our pets. And as their owners, it’s our job to ensure they receive the care they need to recover. Our guide for caring for your pet after a dental procedure will help you get started.
No one likes being out of commission after a major surgery, especially dogs. Those long days of not getting to run around outside or jump up in your lap can take a toll on your dog’s patience—and yours. The key to helping your dog make the most of their recovery time begins by knowing the timeline of recovery for canine luxating patella surgery. This helps you understand how to treat your dog throughout the entire process.
Antelope Valley Medical Center Team