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    Or you can try a Canine Physiotherapist.

    I have read about them in Dog's Life magazine.

    They do quite well, not sure on the pricing sorry.

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    Thanks for the well wishes guys

    Massage sounds like a good idea. Unfortunately I'll have to wait a while for that - I'm a bit short on cash!

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    I do hope she is improving.

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    How is she today Loren??

    I'm thinking of going to the lady who does Tellington Touch. My boys movement is not as good as it was, probably to many leaps, bounds, tumbles etc while playing ball. His breeder has been having the wraps done on a couple of her dogs and it's improved them and loosened them up again.
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    Poor Taya, I hope she feels better soon

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    Hope Taya gets better real quick. Just hate knowing their in pain and not knowing just whats wrong. She looks like such a darling.

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    How is she doing today Loren?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mouseandchicken View Post
    How is she today Loren??

    I'm thinking of going to the lady who does Tellington Touch. My boys movement is not as good as it was, probably to many leaps, bounds, tumbles etc while playing ball. His breeder has been having the wraps done on a couple of her dogs and it's improved them and loosened them up again.
    I just googled TT - sounds interesting. I hadn't heard of it before. Wraps??

    Quote Originally Posted by hippo View Post
    How is she doing today Loren?
    Taya is much better, thanks. I've still given her pain killers today because I'm thinking although she may look fine she could still be hurting. You know how dogs are! I'll probably lay off the painkillers soon but will make sure her movement is still restricted (the vet said normal walking is fine but to avoid twisting movements ie playing etc).

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    Glad she's on the mend Loren.

    Yep TT is very interesting. At our obedience club we get in guest speakers all the time and one was on TT. She showed us how to do the massage on nervous dogs, the way she changed a dog that didn't want to walk on to the oval was amazing. But that was all she showed us.

    However the breeder of my boy who has a lot of dogs has been having the wraps and bands done. The TT lady puts elastic bandages at points where it brings the balance back to the dog. Which is what a lot of the front harnesses do too.

    It's interesting stuff and I'm keen to learn more. You never know when it will come in handy.

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    Glad she seems to be on the mend.

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