Thursday, 17 January 2013

Druss: German Shepherd with stiff joints

Divinia Kerwick's German Shepherd Druss has been on Mobile Bones for around nine months. Druss had Tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy, a type of surgery performed on dogs to stabilize the stifle joint after ruptures. Divinia told us that after the surgery Druss' leg was still clicking and it was very stiff.
She told us that Druss loves his rehab swimming and he is planning to get back to playing football this summer. To speed up Druss' recovery process Divinia was told to start giving Druss supplements that contain glucosamine, but the problem was that all of them made his sensitive stomach upset. Divinia told us that since being recommended Mobile Bones Druss hasn't looked back, clicking sound is gone and he is improving each day.
To read Divinia's testimonial, click here.

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