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Veterinary Physiotherapy: What You Need to Know

Dogs are like people in so many ways, so when your pet has an injury, undergoes surgery or is getting on in years and suffers from arthritis, it is only right that a professional, highly qualified Chartered Physiotherapy service is available to them.

The aim of an animal physiotherapist is to restore and maintain the mobility, function, independence and performance of your dog throughout any stage of his life, Rebecca Heald.

Source: – the K9 Magazine blog

Veterinary Physiotherapy: What You Need to Know

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