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A bone fracture is a broken bone. Just as in humans, there are many causes of broken bones in dogs. All bones can break; however, some bones are more commonly broken than others in dogs. The humerus, radius, femur, and tibia are among the most commonly fractured bones in the dog. There are several different treatment methods for fracture repair.
Our doctors will work with you to determine the best possible treatment for your pet. We offer both surgical and non-surgical options depending on the severity and type of fracture.
Our surgical options consist of external fixation, bone plating, rods, pins, wires, and screws. Our non-surgical options include casting and splinting.