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Observing Dog Behaviour & Reasons for Some Common Practices in the Clinic

23 May 2020

by Margaret Kraeling, PT, CCRT A pair of citizen science researchers, Cristina & Aurélien Budzinski, who are also certified dog trainers from France, promote observation and field studies of dogs to determine results from a variety of common behaviours. Their study called “At the heart of the walk,” reveals some fascinating insights into what’s happening physiologically when dogs go on walks. The Budzinskis recruited 61 dogs for their study, including puppies, ad... More

Myofascia & Myofascial Release

25 Apr 2020

Featuring Sue Van Evra, BSc, MSc, MScPT, Diploma Canine Rehab Video Blog!... More

Ramps or Stairs

26 Feb 2020

By Laurie Edge-Hughes, BScPT, MAnimSt (Animal Physiotherapy), CAFCI, CCRT   The following blog is one that I had posted on my educational website.  It received a lot of favourable attention, so it only seemed right to share it with our Canine Fitness Centre clients and friends!   Pet owners find it difficult to get their older or debilitated large-breed dogs in and out of vehicles.  It’s a common concern for pet parents.  Often as rehab professionals, we’... More

 

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