Chow Chow Treatment

Chow-Chow is similar to other dog. It vulnerable to many disease and injuries. To overcome bad things which may happen, we should think carefully on the environment and also the training for it as well. Despite our effort to keep the dog safe and in good condition, sometimes bad things happen and our dogs are in bad condition. To overcome such situation, we could try Physical Therapy to keep it in better condition and make it even healthier.

Physical Therapy

Some peoples call it Physical Canine Rehabilitation and other call it Physical Training and Rehabilitation. It is a technique to reduce pain and also effective to teach new skills to our lovely dog. Physical Therapy usually done only by professional but there are some ‘moves’ which are safe to be done by anyone. Physical Therapy also effective to increase quality of life and make the dog happy.

Physical Therapy School

The first impression when someone asking “Is there Physical Therapy School for dog?”, The answer would be “Maybe there is one in big cities”. Well, actually there is Physical Therapy School for dog. In fact, Physical Therapy School is quite useful for both the dog and its owner. The name ‘School’ maybe not familiar but when we said ‘Physical Therapy Rehabilitation’ it may sound more familiar.

Dog Academy

Dog Academy or well known as Dog School or Dog Training Classes are special places to teach, to train and to learn many things related with dog activities. In this place, dog would be taught many things to make them as good and as useful to the owner. It is good place to improve the bond/relationship between dog and its owner.

Conclusion

Dog need treatment to improve quality of live and reduce pain especially after  severe injury, surgery and other bad situations. Physical Therapy School is good place to give treatment to our lovely dog. We could also visit Dog Academy/School to get better idea on training our lovely pet.

Juvenile Cataracts in Dogs

Little Puppy

Like another animal in this world, Dog is not always immune to all disease. One of bad disease which may attack our lovely dog is Juvenile Cataracts. Sad but true, our pet is susceptible to this disease. What is Juvenile Cataracts? Juvenile Cataracts is a condition in which our lovely dog unable to see things clearly. It is a disease …

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Canine Glaucoma in Dog

Canine glaucoma occurs when there is increased pressure within the eye. This pressure is the result of a build-up of aqueous humor, an intraocular fluid. In healthy dogs, this fluid drains through a circular filter where the white sclera and clear cornea meet; this junction is known as the iridocorneal angle. However, in a dog with glaucoma, the filter has …

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Chow Chow Skin Problems

Unfortunately, there has been an increase in the number of Chow Chow skin problems recently. Many times, the reasons for the skin problems vary in individual dogs, where some have genetic issues and others can be linked to improper care by the owner among many other reasons. There are many types of problems that Chows are at risk for and …

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Entropion Genetic Diseases

Genetic disease Entropion

Entropion is a medical condition that occurs when the eyelid edges turn inward towards the eyeball instead of outward. This is a condition that usually occurs within the first six months of life but can become present later in life following other eye changes in the dog. The condition usually affects only the lower eyelid and entropion is considered to …

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Juvenile Cataracts in Chow Chows

Chow Chow Dog Cataract

Juvenile cataracts are a common problem among many breeds of dogs, including Chows. Cataracts can be caused by heredity, toxins, trauma, infection, or diabetes. Breeders can eradicate the chances of juvenile cataracts by having both parents tested within one year of breeding. There are two types of juvenile cataracts which are of the dissolving or non-dissolving type. Cataracts of the …

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