Archive for March, 2015

6 reasons to take your dog for physiotherapy


March 27th, 2015

Did you know rehabilitation is one of the fastest growing sectors of veterinary medicine? If your dog is struggling after an accident, operation or general old age and needs help then physiotherapy can be a decisive factor in aiding its recovery. Here are some reasons why. 1 – Improve your dog’s arthritis Osteoarthritis is a […]
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Dog Physiotherapy: What you need to know

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March 19th, 2015

Animal rehabilitation (or animal physical therapy) began in the equine sector in the 1960’s due to the growth in popularity of horse related sporting events. As the events became more frequent so the number of injuries increased. Horse owners began to look into rehabilitation methods for their animals, which subsequently spread into other animal care, […]
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Why do dogs bark?

March 4th, 2015

Dogs that bark are using their voice, as we use ours, to communicate or put a point across. Predominantly the main reason dogs bark is to alert their owners that someone is outside the property and this is their way of letting us know, as well as protecting our (their) home. There are different reasons […]
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