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Does My Dog Need a Leg Brace - What I Need to Know

Oct, 20

There are many reasons why a dog might benefit from a leg brace.  Some of the more common include: Wrist or ankle arthritis or pain (lameness, limping) Injury, sprain, or strain Deviation or deformity of the joint Protection against injury Support for the remaining limb after leg amputation varus (outward bowing), hyperextension, valgus (inward bowing) of the wrist Leg injuries...

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Meet the VITAL VET Creator - Why VITAL VET... is Vital for Pets

Oct, 10

Meet the creator behind Vital Vet and learn why Vital Vet is a vital resource for pet parents and professionals alike! Pulled from the interview with P.O.W.E.R. Magazine ... Ilaria, you created Vital Vet, LLC to help pet parents who have pets with injuries or special needs. Were you overwhelmed by the success of this venture? I knew there was...

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Veterinarians International - Helping Animals and Healing Our Planet

Aug, 06

Vital Vet is excited and humbled to be partnering with Veterinarians International, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide veterinary care and education to improve the well-being of animals and their communities. Veterinarians International (VI) is a global network of veterinarians, animal welfare specialists, and researchers who partner with local communities to improve the care and conservation of animals in need, both wild...

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Help for Hip Pressure Sores: VITAL VET REVIEW

Jul, 26

Last week, Vital Vet's Product Wizard received this inquiry "My dog has DM (degenerative myelopathy) and now has a sore on his hip bone from lying on it too much.  Is there a product that can protect that area?".  Here's what the Product Wizard had to say. A pressure sore (also known as a decubitus ulcer) can happen when dogs spend too much time lying on a hard...

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Anti-Dragging Gadgets for Hind Paws: VITAL VET REVIEW

Jun, 16

Vital Vet's Product Wizard did the research and sourced the best protection and anti-dragging gadgets for hind paws.  Here's what they have to say and their picks. There are many conditions that can cause a dog to knuckle or drag their back paws.  Some of these include degenerative myelopathy (DM), sciatic nerve injury, disc disease, spinal cord injury, cancer, and fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE, stroke).  Painful arthritis...

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