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How Do I Treat Soft Tissue Injuries in Pets?

Dec, 21

The challenge in treating soft tissue injuries is not in the actual treatment itself, but the diagnosis of the soft tissue injury.  Once the soft tissue injury is diagnosed and determined, a proper course of treatment may be pursued. Soft tissue injuries are difficult to diagnose and often require time and patience in determining the specific diagnosis. A thorough history,...

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VITAL VOICE: Virtual consults give you another way to help your pet without leaving home

Aug, 20

Introducing VITAL VOICE, Vital Vet's new video series featuring interviews with leaders and experts in the field of pet rehabilitation.  This episode features an interview with Jean Pavlokas, a human physical therapist and a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner. Jean has more than 15 years experience helping dogs and cats with injuries, arthritis, recent surgeries, degenerative conditions, and weakness become more active and...

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Virtual Consults for Pets - Rehab, Conditioning, and Mobility Issues

Aug, 16

Many of you are becoming familiar with telemedicine so that you can connect with your veterinarian for a virtual appointment.  A Vital Vet Pet Video Consultation is different - it's a totally new concept in virtual consultation.  Here's how: You do not have to be a client of the Vital Vet Pet Consultants Our Pet consultants are the best of the best - some names...

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Understanding Canine Gait: Significance of Analyzing Your Dog’s Gait

Jul, 27

The manner, in which a dog ambulates or walks, is called “gait”. When a dog moves around the show ring, it is called “gaiting”. Gait is a complex topic and one that fascinates dog owners who value their pet’s mobility. Elements of canine gait analysis A physical therapist analyzes gait by breaking it down into the following elements: Level of...

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Built to Last: The Basics of Canine Conformation & Anatomy

Jul, 15

While all dogs should have a basic soundness, their construction varies depending on breed and purpose. Understanding a dog’s conformation requires looking at the canine from all angles. Even though there is nothing you can do to change your current dog’s genetics, you can prevent injury and work on strengthening weak areas. Let’s be honest: We are not Honey Boo...

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