Dogs of any body condition with a traumatic coxofemoral luxation are at lowest risk for reluxation.
Long-term selection policies are valuable, as they may help decreasing the HD prevalence in some breeds.
Locking plates can provide positive clinical outcomes.
Toggle rod stabilization remains an effective method for the treatment of coxofemoral joint luxation in dogs.
Implantation of a lateral bolt femoral stem should be considered during THR to prevent subsidence.