Canine Physiotherapy is “passive” stretching, when the action is brought about by the therapist and not by the effort of the dog. Experienced therapists can “feel” when the dog reaches his or her limit in the extension or flexion of its joint.
Rooney loves Canine Physiotherapy
Rooney the 7 year-old Labrador loves his Canine Physiotherapy sessions. Just like his footballing namesake, Rooney loves showing off! He is shown here stretching his hip joints using a type of gym ball which we call our peanut because of its shape. As it only rolls forward and back it is easier […]