Posts in Category: For The Dogs
A well-behaved dog can make it seem like they were simply born with the ability to remain calm and polite. They appear distinctly aware of their owner’s desires and seem to fall in line before requests are even made. In other words, they become a prime example for other dog owners who may be struggling with a less-than-cooperative pet at home.
So why does it seem that some dogs behave in truly unruly ways while others are the cat’s meow? The answer is simple: dog training and early socialization.
The vets and staff at The Whole Pet Vet are absolutely committed to bring the best care to you and your furry friends. Beyond traditional veterinary medicine, we are able to help more animals in different ways with the alternative and adjunctive therapies we offer.
While most of our clients are familiar with things like acupuncture, chiropractic care, and medicinal herbs and supplements, we find that less people are familiar with the term ‘canine rehabilitation’. This doesn’t make it any less important, though – in fact canine rehabilitation is a cornerstone in treating many of our four-legged patients.
An estimated 50,000 Americans rely on their service dogs to help them complete the tasks necessary to get through the day. Service animals accompany their handlers everywhere, performing life-saving services and allowing them to live and function independently.
Taking your dog with you in public sounds pretty great, but it has a downside. The problem of fake service animals is on the rise, putting real working dogs and their handlers at risk.
Service, therapy, and emotional support animals have some defining characteristics: Continue…
If you’ve ever had a massage or are receiving massage regularly for a health condition, you probably know just how powerful this modality is for recovery and wellbeing. Although massage has been around for quite some time, it may come as a surprise to know that pet massage has been used as early as the 1800’s. There is also some evidence of animal massage in ancient China, Egypt, and India.