History An eight-month-old male German shepherd puppy escaped from his owner’s yard and was found several days later with obvious lameness in the right rear leg and a large area of full-thickness skin loss extending… Read More
An 11-year-old Quarter Horse mare presented to the Hospital for Large Animals for a lameness evaluation. The lameness exam revealed a grade 3/5 right hind lameness with firm swelling around the right tarsus.
Mystic, a Clydesdale cross from the Boston Park Rangers Mounted Unit came in to see Dr. Thomas Jenei for a re-check on a lameness issue in her left-front leg. Check out these photos from her… Read More
This six-year-old warmblood had a one-month history of left front (LF) lameness that improved with an abaxial sesamoid nerve block. The lameness appeared to resolve after 2-3 weeks of rest but then recurred when the… Read More