Search for dog physiotherapy and you’ll likely see colourful action poses of dogs standing on balls (like this video’s thumbnail!), trotting over bars, or doing elaborate stretches. It’s easy to then think that DIY physio at home for your dog is a piece of cake and worth a shot. The reality is that you absolutely can do more harm than good and should be consulting a properly trained animal physiotherapist. The good thing though is that, if you want to give things a go at home, they will be able to give you safe exercises to do that really will aid your dog’s recovery and mobility no matter what condition they are suffering from.
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