7 Mistakes Pet Owners Make When Their Dog has a Cruciate Ligament Injury/Surgery
Avoid these 7 mistakes to give your dog the best chance of recovery
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"When your pet is injured or in pain it's devastating
and you just want them back on their feet as soon as possible
but sometimes, even with the best intentions, what you do can slow the process down
or can hinder and even be damaging long term to your dogs health"
As any fellow dog lover will know, the bond that exists between our dogs and us is sacred. Dogs have become just as much a member of the family as the humans. We share the house- and often the furniture- and we exercise together, socialise together and even holiday together.
When our pet gets injured, or is in pain, our lives are often turned upside down. The whole dynamics of our relationship with our pet changes. We no longer have a happy healthy dog; we have a patient who we just want to get better. With that in mind, it is important if your dog has a cruciate ligament injury or surgery, that they get the best care and rehabilitation they can- to help them get back on their feet and back to doing the things you love together. In my animal physiotherapy practice, over 14 years I have seen thousands and thousands of dogs that have had cruciate ligament injury or surgery.
With that in mind, it is important if your dog has a cruciate ligament injury or surgery, that they get the best care and rehabilitation they can- to help them get back on their feet and back to doing the things you love together.
In my animal physiotherapy practice, over 14 years I have seen thousands of dogs that have had cruciate ligament injury or surgery. Unfortunately, there are common mistakes being made by owners, without their knowledge, that are actually leading to a less than ideal outcome, and in some cases, even making their pet’s condition worse.
But it doesn't have to necessarily be this way. There is a lot that you can do, to maximise your pet’s recovery and help them achieve the best outcome possible. This is why I wrote the 7 Mistakes eBook, to ensure you avoid them with your pet and you can both get back to doing the things you love together, sooner.
But don't take my word for it....
Here's what some of Michelle's clients have to say:
"Dear Michelle, I wanted to let know how grateful I am for your rehabilitation of Chloe after her ACL operation. It is now 12 weeks since her operation and her leg is well on the way to recovery with the muscle almost back to normal size. It is so good to see her pain free and regaining her confidence. She is loving being able to do a bit of running and playing again. Your programme of hydrotherapy, controlled exercises and reviews with you have worked miracles. I've attached a few photos of her and Freddie using the pods. Freddie's right leg is also a great tribute to your rehabilitation programme (fully recovered and back competing in Agility).
Thanks again." - Judy
Download your Copy of 7 Mistakes Pet Owners Make When Their Dog has a Cruciate Ligament Injury/Surgery
Avoid these seven mistakes and have your best friend back doing the things you love to do together, sooner:
"I never knew that what I was doing was actually causing a problem until I read Michelle's 7 Mistakes ebook. It was a real eye-opener" - Tanya
"Unknowingly I was the cause of my dog Tux's delayed recovery. I wish I had read Michelle's 7 Mistakes book sooner. Thankfully he is all better now though thanks to his recovery program she designed for him." - Karen
"Do yourself, and your best friend a favour and download Michelle's 7 Mistakes ebook." - Carl