Featured Partner Clinic: Walking Paws Rehab (Colorado, USA)

Danyel Wynn DVM, CCRT, cVMA started her career at an equine rehabilitation center for injured or abused horses. She would assist with performing physical therapy on the horses and once healed train them to assist special needs children through hippotherapy. This...

Cast Configuration Study

This study on pressure sores as a result of different lengths of immobilizing casts was released yesterday–click the link below to read the study for more information. The the 3-point corrective system discussed is a cornerstone of our OrthoPets orthotic...

Patient Feature: Thebault

Meet Thebault, a nine year old Sheltie who has suffered from intermittent left front limb lameness since he was a puppy. As he got older, he started to struggle with routine things like walks, stairs, slippery surfaces and even standing up from a sitting position. He...

Bey Using a Device for Carpal Hyperextension

Unfortunately, carpal hyperextension is a common injury among today’s canines due to their active lifestyles. Most patients may experience this injury after acute trauma such as jumping off a deck, a bridge, roofs, and, in extreme cases, cliffs. Other patients...

Moxie and her OrthoPets Bilateral Carpal Devices

Meet Moxie, an OrthoPets patient with bilateral carpal hyperextension. Her owners wanted her to be able to play frisbee again and Moxie is now back at it with her carpal orthoses. Moxie’s family owns and operates the Canine Comfort Inn in Menomonie, WI where...