This paper has been accepted to be published in Animal Therapy Magazine. Read to learn more on a case study following
Innis, a 15 month old Irish Wolfhound started life with the usual breed standard long, magnificent tail. Sadly, he developed a range of allergies causing skin irritations, he was referred to FootFalls Canine Physiotherapy Services for immediate wound management with LLLT.
Footfalls Newsletter September 2015
Canine Hydrotherapy Association news: There has been much debate in recent months on the subject of multi-dog swimming.
The CHA has now called for a Member vote on the issue. It is proposed to introduce a ban on the practice of multi-dog swimming. The Quality Standard proposed is as follows:
‘Only one animal is to be treated in the hydrotherapy pool or water treadmill at any time. The practice of Multi-Dog Therapy is banned.’
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