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    Veterinary Physiotherapy

    Mar 11 2016

    Physiotherapy, also known as physical therapy, involves the use of specific non-invasive treatments (massage, exercise, light, heat, cold, electricity, ultrasound, laser, magnetic therapy, hydrotherapy, etc.) to rehabilitate injured patients. The…

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    Canine Hot Spots

    Mar 11 2016

    What are “hot spots”? Acute moist dermatitis or “hot spots” are a common skin disorder in dogs. “Hot spots” can appear suddenly and become large red, irritated lesions in a…

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    Treatment of firework and thunderstorm fears and phobias in dogs

    Jun 17 2015

    How is this problem treated? Treatment for this problem is through systematic desensitization, counter-conditioning, and pheromone therapy. When is the best time to start treatment? This should be done at…

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    Don’t Get Stung by Heartworm Disease

    Apr 03 2015

    Mosquito season is just around the corner or may already be buzzing in many parts of the country. Mosquitoes’ itchy bites are not only annoying for humans and animals alike,…

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    Importance of Pet Dental Health

    Jan 19 2015

    Why is Good Dental Health Important to Your Pets? In dogs and cats, periodontal disease (gum disease is the number one diagnosed problem. By the age of just two, 80%…