ACL Injuries in Dogs – Surgery, Home Remedies Treatments, and More!
Nobody wants to see their dog in pain. Sadly, ACL injuries in dogs (technically in dogs it's a CCL, but still typically called an ACL) are not uncommon, and can cause big problems for your dog. Commonly, two methods of treatment are recommended for dogs with ACL problems. One is surgery, which can have a difficult recovery period and can be quite costly. The other, less invasive option is often a brace for dogs. Fortunately, there's another option which can be very helpful for dogs with ACL issues - Flexpet.
We'd like to invite you to meet Lucy in the featured video. Lucy had a bad ACL injury, and required not only a brace, but also a dog lift just to take a simple walk.
Lucy's owner tried Flexpet to see if that would help her walk with less discomfort. The results were remarkable.
If your dog suffers from ACL issues, including a sprain or a tear, or even just joint pain caused from old age or arthritis, we've put together some information for you below - including information about Flexpet, an all-natural supplement with a money-back guarantee to help your dog's joint pain.
Surgery for an ACL Injury
Do Dogs Need Surgery for an ACL Injury?
One of the most common questions we get regarding ACL injuries is “will my dog need surgery?”. Unfortunately, there isn’t always a clear answer. It depends on the severity, overall health of dog, and other factors. It will come down to a decision between your and your vet.
If surgery is required, a supplement like Flexpet can be very helpful before and after surgery. The reason is that it helps promote healthy cartilage growth, and reduces pain and inflammation. We recommend bringing a bottle to your vet to discuss. This could lead to a better recovery process for your pet.
How much does ACL Surgery Cost?
If you have decided that your dog needs ACL surgery you may be wondering about the price you will be paying. The cost of ACL surgery has a lot of different factors that goes into it and can range in price depending on the veterinarian you choose, the region you live in, and the severity of the issue. On average though a traditional ACL repair can cost anywhere between $1,000-$2,000. This price can change if you have pet insurance. For those whom a surgery is cost-prohibitive, a supplement like Flexpet can help ease pain and discomfort in your dog, and is used by some to help as a long-term aid.
Home Remedies for ACL Injuries in Dogs
Finally, an ACL sprain home remedy regimen could include natural supplements. We believe it is best to use supplements that are all natural, and of course recommend Flexpet as the most comprehensive and effective remedy for joint pain. It’s what worked for Lucy in the video above, and it could work for your dog too. We even provide a money-back guarantee in case it doesn’t. You can find more key information about Flexpet on our home page, or simply contact us with specific questions. If you’d like to order, just scroll down to the product that’s right for your dog.
Try Flexpet for Your Dog!
Flexpet Maximum Strength
New Flexpet Soft Chews are a maximum strength version of Flexpet in an easy to chew format. Flexpet Soft Chews are safe for all breeds, but are best suited for large breeds that need a stronger formula because of their size, and for older dogs that may have difficulty chewing. Backed by our money-back guarantee.
Getting Your Dog Help
Deciding whether your furry friend should receive an ACL surgery is a case by case decision and should decided on after hearing all of your options available after consulting with your veterinarian. An ACL surgery could all depend on whether or not your pup has a tear or a sprain, and knowing the difference and home remedies could save you thousands of dollars. Whether or not your pup is using home remedies to cure its sprained ACL or is recovering from an ACL tear surgery one of the best pieces of advice a dog owner can have is to put their dog on a natural supplement. Flexpet is an all-natural supplement that was specially designed to nourish the joints, support stronger cartilage, help stimulate the lubricating fluid in the joints, and increase total mobility. It is hard to prevent an ACL injury but it is easy to provide your animal with the help they need.
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