I have a dog (my avatar) who blew each her knees many several years back. It was a delicate tear in the two and we did the rehab therapy. It worked wonders and now many years later, she remains quite active even though she does have some arthritis in both knees. We keep her to the lean side and she walks briskly for a mile or maybe more day-to-day.
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