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For more than 40 years, breeding dogs have been X-rayed for hip joint dysplasia in our practice, in particular dogs belonging to the German Shepherd Dogs' Associations SV and the VDH. Our practice is, therefore, one of the oldest and most experienced X-ray examination facilities for hip and elbow joint dysplasia in Germany (SV registration number 11 of currently around 4570 members).


Our wealth of experience and high technical standards have earned us an excellent reputation. Pet owners from all over Germany and even from other foreign countries use our facility.

 

Here is some advice when bringing in your animal for X-ray. An anaesthetic is required before X-ray examinations (apart from in cases of spondylosis), so please ensure that your dog has not been given any food for the last 12 hours prior to the operation. Drinking water is permitted.
For all examinations please also bring the dog's pedigree and the examination form, if available.

Everything in order: No sign of hip joint dysplasia ... Everything in order: No sign of hip joint dysplasia ...
Diagnosis: Severe hip joint dysplasia, coxarthrosis on both sides. Diagnosis: Severe hip joint dysplasia, coxarthrosis on both sides.