02.27.2015

We are NOW opening on THURSDAYS evenings !

02.27.2015

Tollers

This is a beautiful picture of one of the Tollers

02.27.2015

Shebe Bramley

 

Shebe Bramley 15 years old very strong swimmer who has Hip Dysplasia. Sue has noticed a difference in two weeks of her coming to hydrotherapy

02.27.2015

Degenerative Myelopathy

What is Degenerative Myelopathy?

Degenerative myelopathy is a progressive disease of the spinal cord in older dogs. The disease has an insidious onset typically between 8 and 14 years of age. It begins with a loss of coordination (ataxia) in the hind limbs. The affected dog will wobble when walking, knuckle over or drag the feet. This can first occur in one hind limb and then affect the other. As the disease progresses, the limbs become weak and the dog begins to buckle and h...as difficulty standing. The weakness gets progressively worse until the dog is unable to walk. The clinical course can range from 6 months to 1 year before dogs become paraplegic. If signs progress for a longer period of time, loss of urinary and fecal continence may occur and eventually weakness will develop in the front limbs. Another key feature of DM is that it is not a painful disease.

02.25.2015

George Patel

George Patel

02.25.2015

George loving his swims

02.25.2015

George patel in the Treadmill

02.24.2015

Hip Dysplasia

02.24.2015

Hip Dysplasia

What is Hip Dysplasia ?
Hip dysplasia is one of the most common skeletal diseases in dogs and affects millions of dogs worldwide. As the disease progresses, a dog's hip joints degenerate, causing increased pain and mobility issues for the dog. If left untreated, a dog will eventually be unable to use his/her hind legs and suffer extreme pain. However, the vast majority of dogs with hip dysplasia can lead full and active lives if the disease is diagnosed early enough and proper treatment is given and maintained.

02.24.2015

Who said Cats can not Swim

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