One day, three-year-old Cooper started limping. Not sure of the cause of Cooper’s limp, his owner took him to the vet. The vet’s examination revealed a bilateral cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) tear. The tear was severe and required Bilateral Tibial Tuberosity Advancement surgery. That was when his owner came to Labrador Life Line for funding assistance.
Thanks to the continued generosity of our donors, we helped to fund some of the costly procedure. With surgery and approximately three months of recuperation, Cooper should be able to resume his normal activities, limp free.