Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries


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Providing you with at-home rehabilitation programs and therapeutic options specifically designed for pets with Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries


Help your pet maintain strength and mobility.


Canine Rehab On Demand™ programs were created by Veterinarians and Canine Rehab Practitioners


I'm Dr. John

Co-Founder, Veterinarian and CCRP.

I'm here to help you manage your pet with 
Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries and provide you with step-by-step guidance to keep your pet as strong, mobile and as comfortable as possible. I share with you the latest studies, tools and resources out there that have been shown to help slow down the progression of this disease...


This program will guide you on:


  • What to expect after a diagnosis of cranial cruciate ligament injuries and what to do

  • What therapeutic modalities you can try to help maintain strength and mobility for as long as possible

  • About the latest research in pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals that may help slow the progression of the disease

  • What supportive equipment and devices may assist your pet in maintaining mobility and comfort

  • What exercises you can do to help maintain strength and condition for as long as possible, very simplystep-by-step

Healthy Pets. Happy Pets.

Mobile Pets. Comfortable Pets.


Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries

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Here's how we support you: 


Informational Videos

Covering the most common challenges found with Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries
12 Weeks of Exercises with downloadable week-by-week exercise charts

  • Exercises to help strengthen the hindlimb and hips, including downloadable week-by-week exercise charts 
  • We give you unlimited access to view the comprehensive and extensive informational training
  • Within the video training, we include explanations of the origins of cranial cruciate ligament tears
  • We provide information to you to help with treatment decisions, including both non-surgical (conservative treatment) and surgical treatment.
  • Information in our videos will  guide you on questions you could be asking your veterinarian
  • Included in this program are Downloadable MP3 Audio Files
  • We provide a Time-Stamped Index to assist in locating information within the videos
  • No time to watch the videos? That's ok, we provide you with the Key Point Summary notes.

    *This program is by no means, a substitute for veterinary care. In fact, we highly encourage you to seek the advice of your veterinarian first, because all patients' issues and conditions are different and individual.


Rehabilitation Program

Step-by-step weekly exercises to do with your pet at home
Keeping your pet companion as mobile and as comfortable as possible.

  • Simple, easy-to-follow, 12-week home physical rehabilitation program for you to do with your pet to help them maintain function, mobility and strength for as long as possible
  • Comprehensive instructional and informational videos, photos, and descriptions of each exercise to follow along
  • This is the exact same information we teach our veterinary and canine rehabilitation experts in our Canine Rehab Teaching Academy to help them assist their clients and their patients
  • Always check with your Veterinarian prior to starting program

Exercise Charts

Downloadable PDF's
Keep track of your daily progress.

  • Comprehensive Daily Progress Charts that you can download and print to keep track of your pet's daily rehab exercises
  • Keep notes as you go along to inform your veterinarian or rehab practitioner of any issues or triumphs that come up on a particular day with a specific exercise
  • Work together with your veterinarian or rehab practitioner to help your pet maintain mobility for as long as possible!
  • Know that you are doing everything possible for your pet to give them a quality and comfortable life for as long as possible

Nutraceutical and Pharmaceutical Plan

Downloadable PDF's
Work together with your Veterinarian to come up with the perfect plan for your pet.

  • 12-Week Nutraceutical and Pharmaceutical regimen for you to follow at the discretion of your Veterinarian
  • Weekly Nutraceutical checklist to follow so you don't miss a dose!
  • Any addition of a nutraceutical should be cleared with your veterinarian prior to starting
  • Pharmaceuticals should only be prescribed by your veterinarian

Rehab Modality Guide

On Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries
Collaborate with your local rehab professional to help your pet maintain condition and strength for as long as possible.

  • Ask your Veterinarian or Rehab Practitioner about additional modalities recommended in our REHAB MODALITY GUIDE which may help with your pet's mobility and comfort
  • Within this guide is a sample 4-week treatment program with suggested modalities to be performed by your Veterinarian or your Rehab Practitioner in their practice or office
  • Examples may include laser therapy, underwater treadmill, manual therapies, and other protocols which may be effective for your pet's condition

Equipment Guide

with Link to Store
Starting early rehabilitation with the right equipment is important in helping your pet maintain mobility.

  • Full guide to recommended equipment for your pet with a cranial cruciate ligament injury
  • Direct links to what equipment and where to purchase the recommended products to help support your pet
  • Each product recommended has been 'vetted' (no pun intended!) and approved by Dr. John

How else we can help:

Blogs, Resources and Articles

Learn about the latest research on Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries

 We gather as much information we can and create blogs and videos answering your most pressing questions

โœ”๏ธ Dr. John is committed to uncover the latest research on this condition. He strives to break down the information, disseminating the medical info into bite-size pieces making it easy to understand and implement

โœ”๏ธ We collate as much information as we can to provide you with the latest research on Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries

Veterinary Explanation

Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries
Everything You Want To Know

Learn about the causes, symptoms, physical examination, diagnosis, and rehabilitation treatment options for Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries

What you will learn:

Part 1

How do you know when this procedure is the right option?

  • What is CCL Disease?
  • What are the common causes of CCL Injuries?
  • How to diagnose CCL Disease
  • What different surgical options are available to treat a CCL Injury 

Part 2

Treatment Options

  • What conservative treatment options are available when surgery is not an option?
  • What are the situations that make surgery the only option?
  • What bracing options are available and do they work?
  • How to apply the multimodal approach to conservative CCL treatment
  • What a 12-week pharmaceutical and nutraceutical plan might look like 

Part 3

Therapeutic Modalities and Rehabilitation 

  • The most effective therapeutic modalities available
  • How to determine when to use and not to use these therapeutic modalities 
  • How frequently to reassess your patient and what you should be looking for in your follow-up
  • An example of a 12-week rehabilitative plan
  • Follow up Q & A Session 

Each Module Includes:

Video Webinar

Unlimited access to view replays 

Time-Stamped Index

Find what you need quickly and easily 

Key Points Summary

Perfect for a quick review of the webinar 

Downloadable Audio

A downloadable mp3 audio file (listen from anywhere, on or offline)

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Management of Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injuries

Everything You Want To Know


Includes Veterinary Explanation Only

  • 3-Part Webinar Series
  • Video Webinars (3)
  • Time-Stamped Index (3)
  • Key Points Summary (3)
  • Mp3 Download (3)
  • Forever Access
  • 12-Week Home Physical Rehabilitation Program
  • Video Trainings, Photos and descriptions of each Exercise
  • Weekly Exercise Charts
  • Nutraceutical Plan and Weekly Schedule
  • Rehab Modalities Plan
  • Recommended Equipment with direct links to products
  • Bonus: Blogs, Resources and Articles



Post-surgical Bundle


Includes Educational & 12-Week Program

  • 3-Part Webinar Series
  • Video Webinars (3)
  • Time-Stamped Index (3)
  • Key Points Summary (3)
  • Mp3 Download (3)
  • 12-Week Home Physical Rehabilitation Program
  • Video Trainings, Photos and descriptions of each Exercise
  • Weekly Exercise Charts
  • Nutraceutical Plan and Weekly Schedule
  • Rehab Modalities Plan
  • Recommended Equipment with direct links to products
  • Bonus: Blogs, Resources and Articles
  • Second Round Nutraceutical Plan (if needed)
  • Forever Access 

Frequently Asked Questions

About Dr. John Waterhouse

Dr. John Waterhouse graduated in 2004 from the University of Sydney Veterinary School in Australia and went into general small animal practice. In 2006, John took a sabbatical from the veterinary profession to manage his family’s property development and ranching operations. 

In 2010, John moved to the USA to undertake a fellowship in pain management and rehabilitative medicine under the direction of Dr. James Gaynor with Peak Performance Veterinary Group in Colorado Springs, Colorado. 

John is a Certified Canine Rehab Practitioner (CCRP) through the University of Tennessee.  

John was brought on as a consultant from early 2013 to January 2014 to help build and open the new Canine Rehabilitation & Arthritis Center in Colorado Springs, owned and operated by Dr. Mike Bauer of the Colorado Canine Orthopedic Group.

In 2014 John became director of Veterinary Teaching Academy. He currently speaks around the world at various conferences on the topics of Canine Arthritis and Pain Management in relation to canine sports medicine.

*This program is by no means, a substitute for veterinary care. In fact, we highly encourage you to seek the advice of your veterinarian first, because all patients' issues and conditions are different and individual.