Dog Back and Mobility Problems

Dog Back Problems

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No padding, no waffle - over 50 pages of facts and practical help illustrated with many diagrams and photographs and based on the experience of a very busy and successful animal therapist.

Dogs' Back and mobility problems

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Dog Back Problems and Mobility

Canine Athletes and Couch pet-atoes

This practical e-book explains

  • the anatomy of the dog's spine
  • what a slipped disc is
  • what treatment is available
  • the causes of mobility problems in dogs
  • how to assess your dog's mobility
  • how to recognise early signs of problems
  • how to massage your dog
  • how to perform mobility exercises that improve your dog's suppleness
  • how to improve your dog's performance
  • complementary therapies and their usefulness

Learn how to avoid a back problem in your dog

Contents page

Help - my dog is off its legs/is weak and wobbly behind
Learn all about "slipped discs". Which breeds are most susceptible, the most common age for it to happen in non-susceptible breeds and what actually happens. Learn about treatments available, recovery time and mobility aids as well as complementary therapies which may help.

Are you concerned about some aspect of your dog's behaviour?

  • having difficulty jumping up or down
  • crying when getting up or lying down
  • a reluctance to play or exercise
  • a change in posture
  • a change in behaviour
  • lameness or limb dragging
  • pain or discomfort

Any of this, and other problems, could be back related.

Is your dog a fit performance dog?

Learn how to improve your dog's performance through massage, mobility exercises and proper warm up routines which will give you the edge over your competitors.

There is also a large self-help section, which will teach you to assess your dog's back, how to feel the muscles in the dog's back and recognise the early signs of soreness, tension or muscle spasm.

Learn how to assess his general mobility as he walks and trots up and down. Learn how to perform some useful massage techniques... this book tells you exactly how to massage your dog. Learn how to perform mobility exercises that will improve your dog's suppleness.

There is also a large section on complementary therapies - including acupuncture, homoeopathy, physiotherapy, chiropractic, hydrotherapy and swimming - and how they could help your dog.

Mobility problems, poor performance or behavioural problems could all be back related - get help from the expert's ebook now.

Written by a qualified animal therapist and dog owner for dog owners everywhere.

Did you know that: Nearly everything can affect your dog's back and his mobility as he transfers the forward thrust of the hindquarters along his spine into the front end. So, conformation, musculo-skeletal problems such as hip dysplasia, arthritis etc., slippery surfaces, running, jumping, twisting and competition all take their toll on the dog's back and therefore his mobility.

A dog will alter the way it carries/balances itself to compensate for an injury (however slight), a bump, strain, landing heavily while jumping, a twist or even if he has just "tweaked" something while rolling.

This often results in excess strain to parts of the dog's back and, even after the original cause has gone, can show up in a change in the dog's performance or behaviour.

All dogs are athletes! Obviously, performance and working dogs are at higher risk of injury but pet dogs equally suffer from slips, trips, bumps, falls, twists, boisterous play and orthopedic problems which could alter their gait and lead to other injuries.

There are many things a dog owner can do to help look after their dog's back and general mobility. Jill Firth's new e-book "Canine Athletes and Couch Pet-atoes" shows you how and is available for download NOW!

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To preserve you dog's athletic potential
you need to look after it's back and general mobility.

Buy the book now, download it straight away and start helping your dog's back NOW!

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