Cruciate disease is the most common cause of chronic hindlimb lameness in dogs. This injury commonly requires complex surgery to stabilise the problematic knee.
At SGAH our surgeons have extensive experience with many forms of cranial cruciate surgery. Depending on your pet’s size and conformation, our vets will recommend the operation which will most likely result in return to normal function on the leg.
These surgeries include lateral sutures (De Angelis Procedure), Modified Marque Procedure (MMP) and TPLO. These surgeries are all available at SGAH.