Referral cases today included two knee problems from the breadth of our Cornwall and South Devon catchment area.
A collie with a cruciate rupture from Tavistock and this little one who came from Penzance, seen here having a cuddle with nurse Molly before fixation of her tibial crest avulsion.
Gracie has a diaphyseal fracture of the humerus
Gracie is a 5 year old Sheltie who was referred with a comminuted oblique mid to distal third diaphyseal fracture of the left humerus.
It was stabilised with a lateral 2.7mm locking plate (vet instrumentation) giving a very rigid stability.
This morning she is up and toddling home on the leg.
Otto recovers from bilateral elbow coronoidectomy and PAUL procedures (Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomies)
TJ had bilateral TPLO surgery after rupturing his cranial cruciate ligaments in both knees
Used to treat hip dysplasia in a 6 month old spaniel
Amazing! They have saved our Great Dane “Tallula” 3 times from different illnesses and she is only 5!
And they are also patient with the upset owners too!
Thank youKate at St Columb