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Could My Pet Benefit From Rehabilitation?

Mar, 30

There are some obvious cases where rehabilitation can benefit animals including spinal injury, osteoarthritis, or cruciate ligament rupture. But small injuries can happen during normal life and dogs are generally quite stoic and are very good at hiding subtle injuries. If these injuries aren’t picked up on, then as the dog ages, they will adapt how they move and hold...

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Exercising Your Dog in a Small Space or Apartment

Mar, 29

How to Exercise Your Dog When You Live In an Apartment Living in an apartment or having limited space with no yard is not a barrier to giving your dog exercise. There are many ways to exercise your dog by getting out and about or providing activity indoors. Daily Walk The daily walk is crucial for all dogs, especially dogs...

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Muscle building and Strength Exercises for Dogs

Mar, 21

When people think of muscle building and strength exercises for dogs they picture the big Pitbull or Rotti conditioning for protection sports or protection work or even the skinny dog needing to gain weight. However, muscle conditioning exercise has benefits for all dogs and is also beneficial in the rehabilitation of dogs recovering from injury or suffering degenerative issues such...

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Road Trip Tips For Driving with Your Dog

Mar, 09

The sights, the smells, the speed; car rides are bliss for dogs. Some pet behaviorists believe this is due to that fact that car rides can mimic the sensations that dogs experience when hunting in packs. From moving synchronically with the other members of the car (their “pack”) as the car sways and maneuvers to the accelerated speed of travel...

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Why Do Dogs Have Dewclaws?

Mar, 07

  Dewclaws are evidence of the evolutionary history of dogs Dogs do not create museums or libraries to preserve the history of the evolution of their species. Dogs simply store their wisdom in their genes. But sometimes we can read bits of this history by looking at a dog's behavior or his physiology. Take the case of dewclaws. For those...

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