10,000 Happy Dogs (and Counting)

We love our four-legged friends for the joy they bring us, both directly with nuzzles and licks, and indirectly, through the exuberance they show in running and playing. It therefore stands to reason that we do them and ourselves a disservice when we allow physical ailments to prevent them from prancing to their full potential. We've been performing surgical procedures to correct rear-leg lameness in dogs for quite some time, but these surgeries have typically required lengthy recovery periods, sometimes of several months. While we appreciate the final result, who can deny the desirability of a faster recovery period?