How to fix a luxating patella (bad knee) in a dog without surgery pethelpful p gasol stats

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Hi. I commented a few days ago but for some reason my comment never posted. My 7 year old pug has electricity electricity schoolhouse rock been diagnosed with a grade 3 luxating patella. The orthopedist said the only fix is surgery. I’m hesitant to do that as last year my dog was diagnosed with protein losing enteropathy from inflammatory bowel disease and has had bouts of pancreatitis as well as they detected a possible congenital liver abnormality. He’s acquired multiple liver shunts. He’s on a lot of meds to keep him stable and has been doing well on that front. He’s on chlorambucil, metronidazole, metoclopramide, clopidogrel, and dexamethasone. I was informed that surgery can be done but gas jockey there’s concern of flare up of other diseases and delayed healing. I’m very afraid to have surgery for these reasons and don’t know what to do. I do notice the clicking of the knee when he walks but he’s walking a lot better than last week when it first started. I do think he may have gotten hurt stepping off the curb and I know his meds can cause muscle wasting and weakness. What should I do? I’m so scared and don’t want to do the wrong thing. He doesn’t seem to be in pain at all.

I have a Yorkie/Bichon that will be 9 this May. Last September he tumbled down about 4 stairs and blew gasbuddy nj out a disc. He required emergency surgery which I had to borrow money to pay for it. When he was 18 months old he had I think it is called FHP surgery (I’ve only had him electricity through wood for 3.5 years) on the right leg. The doctor at that time said he might require patella surgery down the road but I don’t remember which leg he was referring to. After the disc surgery his surgeon stated as he healed that his left patella was luxating and suggest rehab. At $100 a pop I couldn’t afford it for long. He doesn’t act like he is in pain but my question is twofold. He doesn’t have full strength in the left leg when peeing and when he shakes himself the leg will slid out, more like a hip thing. Do you think he damaged the left leg when he fell down the stairs as well as the back? And would a luxating patella have that structural response of sliding gas 2016 laterally? I carry him up and down the stairs just as an added precaution. Thank you in advance

I have a 1 year 6 lbs chihuahua was hurt when jumping off a chair it looks like she had sprained her leg or dislocated her knee. She has been limping since Friday night Initially it looked like it was better but Tuesday she was still limping so I took her to the vet and electricity electricity song they prescribed Rimadyl 25 mg 1/4 of a pill twice a day. I believe gradeII might be the case but I’m so confused as to what to do my vet told me to wait 10 days to see if she gets better after swelling goes down and minimal to no activity. I asked if a splint, bandage, massage, heat or cold packs. He told me to not do anything just wait but I don’t see she’s getting better and I could tell there’s discomfort because she just bp gas prices columbus ohio lays around not doing much. The Dr. also mentioned she might need surgery for this condition Medial Patella Luxation but it’s not a sure thing she will need surgery he also said I’d have to go to a specialist to find out. Is there something that you might suggest that I might be able to do before going the surgery route? Is there a splint you might recommend? Should I bandage it before she goes to sleep so that it can stay in position? Is there a technique? I’m sorry I’m asking so many questions but she’s just a puppy gas up yr hearse I would ate for her to start having pain or discomfort so young.