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Treat Toys Provide Enrichment and Mental Exercise for your Pet

Nov, 18

Like it or not, winter's here and we'll be spending more time indoors with our pets.  Older pets and those with injuries or disease are usually more homebound than their more physically-abled pals.  Whether due to weather, injury, disease, or age, pets that need to stay indoors can benefit greatly from enrichment activities and mental stimulation. Enrichment activities are tasks that...

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Custom Boot for Homer, the Desert Tortoise

Nov, 18

At 75+ years old, Homer, the California Desert Tortoise, is by far Thera-Paw's oldest "customer".  Homer is Daryl Goldstein's tortoise, and Daryl has owned him for over 35 years.   Homer's foot problems "started two years ago when I decided to change from using hay to reptile bark as hibernation bedding for my three California Desert Tortoises" said Daryl.  "Reptile bark was...

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Are You lasering the Brain Yet? No? Well, Get On With It Already!!

Jun, 14

Laurie Edge-Hughes, BScPT, MAnimSt, CAFCI, CCRT is, in a word, the "guru" of animal rehabilitation and physiotherapy.  We can indeed call her a "pioneer" in this field, and she continues to educate, innovate, and even provoke with her weekly tutorials.  For many of us in this field, she is inspiring.  Veterinary professionals interested in following Laurie should check her out...

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He Can Barely Walk but Can't Be Stopped - Moozie's Story

Mar, 26

Moozie (AKA “Asher”) was 4 years old when he was diagnosed with a debilitating neurological condition; he wasn't expected to survive much more than a year.  Now, nearly 6 years later, Moozie shows no signs of stopping (the video at the end of this article proves his determination).  Moozie is nearly blind, needs tons of help to walk, can't feed himself or drink on his...

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Paw Problems (Part 1 of 4): Paw Pad Injuries, Cracked Pads, Paw Licking

Mar, 17

If you have a dog, then download, print, file this article.  Why? Because chances are high that your dog will injure their paw at some point and when that happens, here's what you need to know. Why are paws so important?  Because dogs use them for almost everything: to get around - Walk, run, jump.  Paw pads provide traction on slippery surfaces and steer pups...

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