Jack had surgery on his back left knee yesterday. The surgery went well and he got to come home today. He ruptured his left cranial cruciate ligament (similar to a human ACL). Instead of being torn, it was completely separated. Jack is resting but a little uncomfortable. It will take a few months for his recovery and they said he will regain 75-80% of his normal function. Right now he has a soft blue cast on the leg that will be removed in 3-5 days. He hurt his leg about two weeks ago trying to jump into the car. The surgeon said that it may have caused it or it could have been the final straw for it to break. This is a common degenerative thing. If it was already deteriorating, he could have just been walking and it could go out. This would mean the other one is likely to go out in the next couple of years. If that is not the case, then it might have been how he landed. Hopefully he will continue to improve! Here are some pictures of our little doggie.
Hello Dr. Peterson! This space will be just for you! As I do my readings I will add my thoughts here. So as I was about to make my post, I realized that you would not be able to make comments if you wanted to. Also, you can't see the time I posted my comments. So I decided I would link you to one of my blogs I don't really use right now so anyone can make comments if they want. Here is the link for it: Mrs. Earl's Blog