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Your dog can not sit properly? – What the sitting position says about the musculoskeletal system of your dog

When it comes to the diagnosis of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, the gait of the dog is usually looked at. Rarely is there a ...
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Strengthen the nerve function in dogs – this is how!

When dogs suffer from back disorders, such as a herniated disc, cauda equina compression syndrome, spondylosis, nerve function is often disrupted. The cause here is ...
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Arched back in the dog – this is the cause

Again and again you see dogs that show a distinctly arched back, combined with a very stiff posture and gait. In many cases, this occurs ...
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Does your dog shake normally? So right from the front to the back?

Maybe you have never really consciously asked yourself this question and therefore never consciously looked at how your dog shakes. At first it sounds very ...
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10 behavioral tips for spinal cord infarction – how to support your dog

When a dog suffers from a spinal cord infarction, the affected dog owners are usually very helpless and overcome with great fear for the dog. ...
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Degenerative myelopathy – these are the most common symptoms

In Part I of the blog series on degenerative myelopathy, you have already learned a lot of important information about the disease. This article is ...
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10 indispensable tips if your dog suffers from spondylosis!

Spondylosis is a real “common disease” in our dogs. Many of our four-legged friends fall ill with it in the course of their lives – ...
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Two exercises from dog fitness training that will help your dog with spondylosis

Your dog has spondylosis and you want to get active? What spondylosis means for your dog was the topic of my last post. As promised, ...
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