Features April 2007 Issue

Dog Exercises and Injury Prevention

More treatments for canine injuries from springtime overactivity.

Strained muscles, pulled ligaments, sprains, and bruises . . . these are common canine injuries in the spring, when the weather invites us all outside and even seems to encourage our dogs to overdo it. Enthusiastic, rigorous exercise that follows several months of relative inactivity is a prescription for injury.

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