Lipogems® Canine is a new innovative application of regenerative technology available from referral veterinary surgeons for a range of conditions including orthopaedic and soft tissue injuries and diseases including osteoarthritis. Veterinary treatment for you dog can be considered by asking your first referral veterinary surgeon to refer your case to one of our centres. To find a referral centre click here.  #lipogemscanine 

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Gilda 5 days post treatment video diary

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Pre-treatment scan

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Gilda 8 months post-treatment video diary

Rosie the Golden Retriever ~ Ruptured Posterior Cruciate Ligament



Canine Case Studies

Post-treatment scan

Gilda 11 months post-treatment video diary

On the 2nd April 2017 Rosie fell from a moving car and damaged her stifle ligaments. On the 10th of April 2017 she was treated with Lipogems Canine into and around her stifle joint at Arberth Vets. Pre-treatment Rosie was 7/10ths lame. Click here to see a video of Rosie on 9th June 2017 happily walking and showing no lameness. She has made a full recovery and shows no radiographic changes.

Pet Dog ~ Arthritic post cruciate tear

Date of procedure: 9 March 2018 at Arberth Veterinary Centre
Injury: Arthritic post cruciate tear to left stifle
Outcome: Owner reports good outcome and the dog remains sound


Pet Dog, 11 year old, 

Arthritis 

Video 1: Three days post Lipogems
Video 2: Two weeks post Lipogems 
Treating veterinary surgeon: Steve Jones, Arberth Vet Centre
Veterinary Surgeons Report: "The patient is 11yrs old and has been on meloxicam and nutroceuticals for arthritis in the hind legs for 2 1/2 years, with a weight loss program. At the end of october she fell while walking and was only able to stand with assistance after this. Increased pain relief failed to improve the situation. We discussed options with the owner and it was decided to try a lipogems treatment. We withdrew meloxicam on the day before treatment. Hips and stifles were treated bilaterally. The videos show her 3 days post treatment and 2 weeks post treatment. We decided to titrate pain relief to pain perceived by the owner. she had had no pain relief dosage between the videos. Since the procedure she has only needed a few days of pain relief after periods of more enthusiastic exercise and that seems to be involving a foreleg which was not treated."

Pre-treatment scan

Pet Dog ~ Torn medial meniscus

Date of procedure: 12 June 2018 at Arberth Veterinary Centre
Injury: Torn medial meniscus, left stifle

​Outcome: Walking sound just 2 weeks following treatment with Lipogems Canine. The dog remains sound and the owner has reported that they are very happy with the outcome​

Working collie ~ Bicipital tendon partial tear


Date of procedure:  3 August 2018 at Arberth Veterinary Centre
Leg/Joint/articulation: left shoulder
Outcome: Walking comfortably 72 hrs post treatment. The 3 days pre-treatment scan followed 6 weeks of “standard” conservative treatment before following with treatment with Lipogems Canine. At the post-treatment 6 week scan the owner reported that, “He’s walking sound and raring to go”



Post-treatment scan

Gilda, German Shepherd Dog, 8-years-old

UAP, DJD, Treated By Dr Offer Zeira in 2015