Top 10 list of Common Household Items to Use for Rehab.

  Equipment for the purpose of rehabilitation and conditioning for your pet varies greatly in utility, cost, size, ability to store, and more.  Of course, you can purchase inflatable products (peanuts, discs), Cavaletti poles, weave poles, and more from various companies.    But, I also like to look at common items that you may already […]

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Preparing for Your Pet’s Procedure

Whether a procedure is scheduled for tomorrow or two months from now, there is never a bad time to start preparing.   Recovery from an anesthetic “event” can be made easier with a little planning The goals are to minimize your pet’s stress and discomfort while managing their pain and mobility. It can be scary for […]

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THIS DOES NOT SUBSTITUTE CONTACTING YOUR VETERINARIAN. If your pet is vomiting, call your veterinarian immediately. If your pet is not improving, call your veterinarian immediately. Cats should not go >24 hours without eating.    Call your veterinarian immediately.   Ingredients may consist of one or more items. Ideally, try to mix protein and starch […]

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