Veterinarians Give Support to Non-Surgical Rehabilitation of Torn Knee Ligament in a Dog

You may find more positive veterinarian comments and reviews around the web. Below are a couple I have copied from various web locations – “We are so grateful for the expertise and compassion you provide the central/south Texas community!” Mission Veterinary Specialists, San Antonio, TX “Once again, thanks for engaging the veterinary industry and client …

Post-FHO Homework Suggestions for Dogs (Hip Surgery)

Femoral Head Ostectomy/Removing the Ball off the Femur at the Hip Joint First and foremost: pay attention to the discharge instructions your veterinarian has given you. During this surgery, there was cutting of muscle and other tissue that will require care and time to heal. You do not need to wrestle with your dog in order …

How to Use The Homework Guides for Rehab After Dog Knee Injury or Surgery

Intro to the books, found on Amazon here:  and here… and elsewhere from a variety of booksellers. Read the Preface. Read the Prologue. Read the whole booklet before beginning the work. Thank you! Now continue to read this chapter. The above three bullet point sentences were for people who really want bullet points. Both the …

Range of Motion Drills for Your Pet

When and Why to Perform Range of Motion Drills for Pets If you are going to do range of motion drills on your pets, you should have an experienced practitioner demonstrate them to you, preferably on your own pet. Passive Range of Motion (PROM) really only needs be performed on animals limbs that the animal …

Post-FHO Homework Suggestions for Cats (Cut Femur Head)

Homework Suggestions After Cat FHO, Femoral Head Ostectomy (Removing the Ball off the Femur at the Hip Joint) First and Foremost – Pay attention to the discharge instructions your veterinarian has given you. Really try to follow them. These instructions usually include keeping your cat as subdued, quiet, and inactive as possible for at least …