Presented By: Chris Zink DVM PhD
Availability: On Demand
All* = owners of dogs of all age, competitors, dog breeders, dog trainers, veterinarians, vet techs, rehab providers
Today the vast majority of injuries in active dogs involve soft tissues such as muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These injuries tend to start small and gradually become more severe over weeks and months until lameness becomes evident. Yet the earlier soft tissue injury is detected and treated, the less severe of the injury and the more completely it will heal.
In this online class, Chris Zink DVM PhD DACVSMR shares some tips and tricks for how to detect an injury Long before it becomes severe enough to result in lameness. No one knows your dog better than you do-now find out how to get the jump on minor injuries so they don’t become major ones.
This class is included in Fit for Life and Fit to Be Tied Canine Fitness Memberships.