Hi, everyone! My last update with Cora's TPLO recovery was she had her second post op visit and the surgeon was very pleased with her progress. This Friday will mark 20 weeks post op. I feel Cora is at a stand still and has stopped improving. She walks pretty well with the occasional "bunny hop" if she gets ahead of herself or goes too fast. She only walks with a limp is she lays on her bad leg for too long. But for the most part, I'm happy with her walking. My concern is her weight distribution while standing still. I have noticed she is not equally distributing her weight on both legs. Rather than 50/50, it's more like 40/60. Her good leg still has a lot more muscle than her TPLO leg, so maybe it just feels more natural to lean? I'm wondering if it's more of a discomfort than a pain, too. Maybe it just feels weird to her? Her injury was acute, so she always had a great working leg prior to the injury, and it will never feel the way it did before. My current plan of action is this: -Continue fish oil and glucosamine -Restart Meloxicam pain meds temporarily -Increase her activity (walks and exercises) -Add shifting and figure 8 exercises to her daily routine -Continue to massage and do daily manipulation -Follow up appointment is scheduled for the end of November (6 month mark) -Be patient..... Does anyone have any advise? Maybe you have gone through this, or know someone who has? I know every dog is different so it may take some dogs longer to recover than others. My anxiety is through the roof with this. I wish she could tell me what's bothering her!! I'm just hoping that this is within the realm of "normal" recovery. Thank you for any advise and continued support!