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Jan 2017
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Corresponding author: Dr. Vladislav Zlatinov, Central Veterinary Clinic-Sofia, Bulgaria An 8 years old , male, 6,4 kg (overweight), Pekingese was presented because of inability to bare weight on the right front and hind limb. The owner reported that the problem started one month ago with less severe presentation - occasional stumbling and knuckling on the right front leg. There was also occasional painful vocalization with change in the body posture. Gradually, the condition deteriorated to a non-ambulatory status for the last 4 days. No response to NSAIDs and steroids, prescribed by the referring vet, was found. Continue reading
Oct 2016
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Chronic lameness in Akita Inu, two years after TTA Corresponding author: Dr. Vladislav Zlatinov, Central Veterinary Clinic-Sofia, Bulgaria Eri is a three years old male Akita Inu dog, weighing 39 kg. The dog was presented because of left hind leg lameness, lasting for about 4 months. A surgical treatment-Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) for cranial cruciate insufficiency had been done at the same leg, about 2 years ago. Eri is a pet dog, but has an active lifestyle- long walks (>8 kms) covered regularly. Continue reading
Sep 2016
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Bernese mountain dog Lisa is a 9 year old, intact female, weighing 37 kg. She presented with a one day history of anorexia and intermittent vomiting, reluctant to move, doesn't find a comfortable position to sleep and is getting up and laying down and getting up again. Regularly vaccinated and dewarmed. Has had already 2 surgeries for intestinal obstruction, last time several years ago. Continue reading
Aug 2016
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Sophie, a 14-month-old, 32-kg, intact female greyhound presented with acute right forelimb lameness. There was no history of former trauma or injury. Two days before initial presentation, Sophie began exhibiting intermittent lameness of the right forelimb. The lameness was acute after exercise, but gradually improved until it was no longer noticeable after a few hours. Continue reading


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