Canine hip dysplasia: aetiology and treatment

Cheryl Corral
Saturday, June 2, 2018

With a prevalence of over 70% amongst some breeds, hip dysplasia is one of the most common developmental orthopaedic diseases diagnosed in first opinion practice. With a multimodal approach leading to the best form of management of the condition, this two-part article looks at the causes and treatment of the condition, and the role that the veterinary nurse and rehabilitation can play. Part one below focuses on aetiology and treatment.

Canine hip dysplasia: aetiology and treatment
Canine hip dysplasia: aetiology and treatment

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