Hi Dog lovers, I need some advice! My Border Collie (5yo) has always been full of life being on the go most of the day, and enjoying his agility. In 2018 he had a flare up of joint pain, which with careful management, time and patience we got him sound and back to long walks off the lead. Unfortautley last August he had another flare up, which resulted in being referred to Anderson Moore's specialist vets for further investigation (scans etc) and they decided to do an Arthroscopy on his left elbow at the end of September. We spent 6 weeks following their strict instructions on building up lead walking, no stairs, no climbing on furniture, reducing his weight etc and even though he improved he was still 3/10th's lame. I called the vets again to discuss next steps and they said to do another 6 weeks of lead walking and after the 6 weeks to start letting him off the lead for 5 mins per walk, building it up weekly by 5 mins. Harley is now doing 2 walks a day (morning walk between 45mins-1 hour, PM walk 30-45 mins) but is on the lead constantly as I'm worried to take him off incase he over-does it and we are back at square one again! He's currently on YuMove tablets (been on them for 2yrs), and Boswelia tablets (started with these in Oct). He takes half of a 500mg paracetamol 3 times a day as recommended by our vet. My question is, is there anyone else with a dog in a similar situation that uses any other medications, injections, or herbal remedies that seem to help? Harley is unable to take Metacam due to steroids he's on for another condition. It would also be good to hear some success stories of this horrible, incurable disease to make me feel a bit better about the situation Look forward to hearing from anyone with any advice or suggestions! Thank you in advance!