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My Dog is 11 years old and has had DJD for a long time. She also had ACL surgery on both knees. One knee she had a TPLO the ohter the did the one with the clips and wire. Her knees are thick and the other day my other dog ran into her playing and now she is non weight bearing on the leg they did the other surgery on. I went to the vet and her repair has failed but the vet said it failed a long time ago and arthritis and scar tissue were the only thing holding her knee in place. She is over weight and she also has arthritis in her front legs in the carpus of both legs. Will this stuff help heal that injured leg and help her be able to be weight bearing on that leg again. I really can't afford surgery again but if I have to I will. I am just not sure Daisy is up for surgery again either.

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November 28, 2015 at 9:39 AM

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Dear Denise,

ARTHRO-IONX and PROMAXOL can help decrease pain and inflammation. Hopefully the body will be able to stabilize the knee again. You could also ask your veterinarian about a brace or check online. It might help the healing to occur a little faster. I would also give PROBIOTICS, OMEGA 3,6,9, and Vitamin C to support the healing. What do you feed your dog? What kind of water?

I would also consult with a veterinary chiropractor. Proper alignment will lessen the stress on the knee.

Please keep us updated.

Best regards,

Dr. Char www.vetionx.com

Dr. Char Wilson, DVM Health Coach answered
November 29, 2015 at 11:22 AM
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