(PRWEB) October 24, 2013
In recent years, minimally invasive, robotically assisted surgery has become a new standard for many previously invasive procedures. However, many vets worldwide have now begun utilizing these new systems in the context of pet care, to fantastic results. "Leading Edge" is working with some industry professionals to detail these advances.
Previously, there were few options for many conditions pets developed, including ligament damage and intestinal issues. As the pet industry has continued to grow, with consumers treating their pets more and more like an extension of their family, pet owners have pushed for cutting edge care in the hopes that these four legged friends can live long, healthy lives.
"Leading Edge" is teaming with vets who have performed multiple surgeries with robotic assistance for the creation of segments seeking to educate on the options pet owners have in the case of injury or illness. Consumers can then utilize this information in order to make the best decision for all of their pets.
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