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How to Bring a Dog Back from Injury


25 Feb 2019

By: Sarah McFarlane CCRA, CMT

Category: Dog Wellbeing

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Dog Injury Paw

Has your dog injured itself and you have not been able to get him/her, well right?  Are they hesitant to jump up or go downstairs?  Does your dog present lameness after a big run at the park?  Or perhaps they are limping for 3-5 steps after rest and then seem to walk it off.  On a daily basis, Canine Balance is asked by dog owners about dog injury.  You follow all the vet’s advice but…

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NEW Dog Therapy Locations in 2019


7 Jan 2019

By: Sarah McFarlane CCRA, CMT

Category: Dog Wellbeing

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Dog Therapy Locations

Are our NEW dog therapy locations in your area? 2019 brings exciting growth by adding 5 new locations on a regular basis.  Over 2018 Canine Balance has met and been working with a lot of fabulous people to make this a reality.  We are proud to announce that we have confirmed locations and dates for 2019 to provide our services. Canine Balance believes dogs can live a long, active and pain-free life.  Understanding prevention provides tools…

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Why Dogs & Slippery Floors are Bad


4 Jul 2018

By: Sarah McFarlane CCRA, CMT

Category: Dog Wellbeing

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Dogs & Slippery Floors – Why are they BAD and what problems occur?  In the last 10 years, it has become the norm for many of our beloved dogs to live indoors.  Whether on the couch for cuddles, sleeping in our beds, chewing on toys in the living room, or with their heads sniffing in the fridge every time it’s opened, our dogs are spending more time inside as part of the family. As a…

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Dog Limping Help


5 Mar 2018

By: Sarah McFarlane CCRA, CMT

Category: Dog Wellbeing

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Dog Limping

There are many causes for a dog limping, but what we do about it is most important.  Over the past few weeks, this has become increasingly apparent to me as a dog therapist, in around 1 in every 3 patients I have seen.  Whether working at dog sports events or seeing household pets that have had occasional limping, the common finding is that when a dog becomes lame we do not rest it enough! Firstly, when…

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