Managing Broken Bones in Dogs
Unfortunately, most cases of fractures in dogs are the result of an accident, either falling from a height or a collision with a car. These situations are so stressful for both the dog and us as owners.
Once stable, the recovery process can be long and we need to give as much care as possible to assist the healing process.
This is where the Gen X Dog Lifting Harness will prove invaluable. The handles will help lift and move the dog without putting pressure on the affected joint. Getting the dog in and out of the car on vet visits, up and down stairs or just getting around the garden. The Gen X Dog Lifting Harness is a must
Once your dog is healed and ready to start exercising again, hydrotherapy is a great way to build up fitness and muscle. It also helps manage weight and improve blood circulation to the heart. Swimming is not only a great exercise for people, it works for dogs too. Even dogs who aren’t naturally ‘water dogs’ will enjoy the benefit hydrotherapy brings. If you are lucky enough to live near Quincys Hydrotherapy pool in Hertfordshire then we recommend 2 sessions a week to help your dog become stronger, happier and more mobile again.
As with all medical conditions, your dog should see a vet regularly.