Poetry in Motion: Canine Conditioning and Rehab | October 1 | 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. | Cold Nose Companions

  • 09/12/2017 12:24 PM
    Message # 5076326

    Whether your dog is a canine sports athlete, a committed backyard ball-chaser, or an aging couch potato, he or she might experience an orthopedic injury or discomfort. How can you help your dog avoid injury, or recover from one, for long-term health and vitality? Learn the basics of canine conditioning and fitness to prevent problems, as well as what to do if your best friend experiences pain or injury.

    Kathy Topham, DVM, CCRT, VSMT, CMAV is a veterinarian who specializes in canine sports medicine and rehabilitation. She assists dogs and their humans with conditioning to participate safely in canine sports, as well as rehabilitation therapy when injuries and other orthopedic conditions arise. In this half-day workshop, you will learn:

    • Conditioning and fitness for long-term health and vitality – whether for sports competition or backyard fun
    • Common canine injuries and how to prevent them
    • How to identify early warning signs of pain and injury, and what to do when you recognize those signs
    • What rehabilitation therapy is and how it can help your dog

    Join Dr. Topham for this valuable workshop to ensure your best friend lives a healthy, pain-free active life.

    Your dog does not attend this workshop. Call or click here to register. Cost is $60 per person. Pre-registration is required.


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