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Still a little way to go with lockdown, but I am able to see dogs with injuries and ongoing problems, so a slow return to 'normal' is not so far away. I'll be in touch with all of those clients I've had to cancel over the coming weeks and carefully step back into life as it was before!! ... See MoreSee Less
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I frequently get asked to recommend joint supplements - obviously each dog is different and will respond differently but I'm interested in which supplements you use - please leave a comment. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
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Bit of an odd picture - my arthritic big toe joint! But it reminds me of just how painful an arthritis flare up is. This cold weather has really affected my feet and my big toe joint feels warm, swollen and painful. So I've iced it - which surprisingly isn't that unpleasant and really helps with the pain - taken an anti inflammatory in addition to my joint supplement and kept it gently moving. Gentle massage all around my foot and up my leg has been really helpful too. So, the point of this post from a doggy point of view is: Try crushed ice in a bag on a warm, inflamed joint. Hold on for 5 minutes if your dog can tolerate it (depending on size of dog and thickness of fur). Don't force it if your dog doesn't want it!Gentle massage around the area of the joint - not directly on the joint itself as this maybe too uncomfortable, but all the way below and above it. Again, don't force it......Discuss pain relief and joint supplements with your vet if not already done so.Gentle exercise - keep the movement in the joint for as long as possible. ... See MoreSee Less
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Blimey! Can’t think what else to say. ... See MoreSee Less
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Bracken Search and Rescue ... See MoreSee Less
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If you think your dog would benefit from Canine Massage Therapy or would like to know more about it, please contact Helen.