? Have you recently found yourself thinking "what am I suppose to do now, my vet is only taking emergency cases?" ?
What if IU told you that you can decrease your dog's pain naturally and slow arthritis progression and still enjoy walking your dog?
Assessing canine stance for potential pain, discomfort, muscle balances is a proactive approach to injury prevention in the athlete and the family pet.
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What is spondylosis? One might call it “age related changes” in your dog’s spine caused by everyday wear and tear and/or past trauma. Below is a little information on what the condition is, how it might look and what to do.
CCL tear, stifle brace, TPLO This is a question I [...]
According to a retrospective study in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, the survival rate of dogs with heatstroke is only 50%. What are the signs your dog is getting over heated and what you should do...
Just like us, as your four legged friend ages, they may have aches, pangs, and balance issues that affect their mobility. It's important to help maintain their mobility as they are susceptible to the philosophy of “use-it; or lose-it”. We know from our own experience that if we decrease out activity, we get stiff and and once easy movements becomes difficult, heavier, and that sometimes we feel weaker and have pain/discomfort with once easy movements.