A unique and practical guide for owners whose dogs develop this debilitating disease, and who want to know all about how best to help their dog, by understanding how their vet will treat the condition, and what kind of issues they need to be aware of. Includes information on exercise, and hints on how to get your dog moving again after surgery, all written in an easy-to-understand style. Discover how to motivate your dog towards recovery! acUnique and practical guide with easy to understand text ac Step-by-step explanation of all phases of the conditions and its symptoms ac Understand what the vet advises ac Help your dog remain calm in a stressful situation ac Surgical options ac Aftercare options ac Make the right decision about what to do next ac Discover how you and your faithful friend can enjoy life just as you always have!Ask your dog to carry the dummy (with a treat inside) the last 5 or 10 metres towards a bench (or low wall), and drop it on the bench. ... Open the dummy and hold the treat above his head, so that he leans forward and back again. Finally, giveanbsp;...
|Title||:||My Dog Has A Cruciate Ligament Injury|
|Author||:||Kirsten Hausler, Barbara Friedrich|
|Publisher||:||Veloce Publishing Ltd - 2011-08-15|