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What is Hip Dysplasia in Dogs?


October 30, 2018

Hip dysplasia in dogs is a common canine disease, where the ball and socket joint in the dog’s hip is malformed.

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Introducing the Dashing Dachshund


September 28, 2018

Don’t ever let this adorable unassuming Dachshund fool you. They may look clumsy with their stubby legs and long torsos, but they are very tough, agile and strong dogs.

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The Wunderbar German Shepherd


August 29, 2018

Best Friend Mobility lauds the German ShepherdMost of us love them for another job they do best, caring and helping their owners in whatever way they can. These are just some of the reasons why many have grown to fall in love with the German Shepherd.

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Choosing Dog Shoes for Your Disabled Dog


May 18, 2018

Taking care of disabled dogs is a unique responsibility. The challenges both you and your dog face are much different from those of taking care of dogs with no disabilities.

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Tips on Giving Your Best Friend a Bath


April 5, 2018

 

It has to be done. Whether you or your pet dogs like it or not, they need a bath, especially if they are disabled dogs.

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Benefits of Water Therapy for Disabled Dogs


February 28, 2018

There is a new physical therapy method gaining popularity for animals recently and this is water therapy.

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Dealing with Holiday Travel Stress and Disabled Pets


October 18, 2017

The holiday season is usually also the traveling season. Many of us will travel to visit our folks for the annual reunion, or visit other family members to celebrate the yuletide season with them. Some of us will also plan family vacations during this season. For those of us who have disabled pets, we would like to bring them along since they are part of the family. However, you should prepare for some challenges.

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Weight Management for Disabled Pets


September 12, 2017

Lola suffers from a pinched nerve in her back, making it hard to exercise

Weight management for your disabled pet is very important. Weight has a major impact on your pet’s over-all health.

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Acupuncture and your disabled pet: The basics


August 31, 2017

Sticking needles into your disabled pet may cause most owners to cringe, but it hurts you more than they and may be the best therapy for many conditions.

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The Lowdown on Canine Rehab for Disabled Pets


June 14, 2017

Back in the day, you had to be a prize-winning racehorse to get the benefits of professional animal physical therapy.  That is no longer true.

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