May 2018 Issue

Cats Hide Signs of Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia is not just a dog disease—although many cats downplay their pain by limiting their activity

A diagnosis of hip dysplasia might take you by surprise. Usually, a cat comes into the veterinarian because the owner notices that the cat is lame or sore, or less active than normal. Some cats with hip dysplasia will be consistently off in their gait, while other cats only show stiffness after a wild chase through the house.

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