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...

About the OrthoPets Toe-Up Sling

Among the many custom pet braces and prosthetics OrthoPets fabricates, we also provide “adaptive devices” to support your dog’s mobility. In some cases, you may notice your dog limping and knuckling at the hind limb and paw. This can sometimes indicate a neurological...

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...

Must We Have A Paw Segment, Really? OrthoPets Paw Segments

Must We Have  A Paw Segment, Really? Paw segments!  They are clunky and chunky, and they hurt when you get stepped on with them!  Ever wonder why they are necessary?  It all comes down to physics and toes (digits).  The severity and location of the injury dictate “to...