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Can a dog be too old for Stem Cell Therapy?

The age of an animal is not a factor in whether or not an animal will respond to stem cell therapy. Since most dogs treated are suffering from a disease of old age, osteoarthritis, more than half of the dogs treated are over the age of 8. A complete work up should be done on a dog to assess his/her overall health to determine if they are healthy enough for the minor surgical procedure

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