What’s Your Diagnosis?Test your veterinary knowledge with our monthly brain teaser November 1, 2019 By Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ, Fear Free Certified Presentation Hip dysplasia in a six-month old Mastiff. Question 1: How much coverage of the femoral head by the acetabulum is considered normal?50%80%67%Question 2: How do dogs with hip dysplasia sit?They sit “crooked,” i.e. with both legs to one sideThey sit “crooked,” i.e. with one leg to each sideThey sit “square,” i.e. symmetrically.Question 3: Which statement is correct?Spaying or neutering dogs with hip dysplasia slows down the progression of arthritis.Dogs with hip dysplasia should be spayed or neutered to prevent spreading bad genes.Spaying or neutering dogs with hip dysplasia speeds up the progression of arthritis.Score Me!