After surgery, your dog is often immobilised for days or perhaps even weeks leading to muscle wastage, abnormal gait patterns and compensatory adaptations. We help your dog with post surgery rehab to re-build strength, improve mobility, increase balance and proprioception, and restore function. Rehabilitation is a crucial element in your dog’s recovery after surgery and will support them not only in regaining strength and function but also confidence.
The Craniate Cruciate Ligament (known as the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, in humans) is a ligament in the knee . . .
Just like humans, dogs can also have hip problems and find it difficult and painful to walk or jump. A hip replacement is . . .
A limb amputation is usually the result of either an osteosarcoma (cancer of the bone) or a traumatic accident. It is a . . .