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Panosteitis in Dogs

By: Dr. Nicholas Trout

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After diagnosis, it is important to keep your pet quiet and rested for several weeks. Do not allow your dog to go up or down stairs or jump on/off furniture. To enforce rest, some dogs benefit from the use of a crate.

Allow your pet to go outside just to go to the bathroom (on a leash) and then bring him/her back inside the house.


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