A unique guidebook for pet owners who want to know all about hip dysplasia in dogs. It helps you understand how your vet wants to treat your dog, and what kind of precautions you have to be aware of. Includes an additional part on exercises, and hints on how to get your dog moving after surgery, all written in an easy-to-follow style. Find out how to motivate your dog towards recovery.Have you ever been treated by a physiotherapist, or received another type of therapy such as manual therapy, active and passive motion therapy, lymph ... You may be able to do some training with your dog on the underwater treadmill, supervised by the physiotherapist. ... You can also visit the website for The Institute of Registered Veterinary and Animal Physiotherapists (http://www.irvap. org.uk).
|Title||:||My Dog Has Hip Dysplasia|
|Publisher||:||Veloce Publishing Ltd - 2011-08-15|