DAXIE TAXIES

Your best friend when rehabilitating your hound!

Dog prams/strollers … are these fast becoming the new crate normal?

The number one “must have” for IVDD hounds.
They offer owners an excellent way to “crate rest” while being close to you and the family and are back savers!

Depending on your needs strollers come in at a variety of price points.  If it’s only for house and garden use you can opt for a lower price point (hard wheels/no suspension) BUT if you are heading out to pound the pavements you will require one with adequate suspension to prevent further injury to your dog.

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HELPFUL LINKS

DISA Aids & Discounts
This list of aids and discounts to assist owners throughout the IVDD journey

The Rehab Vet
Marianne Dorn BVM&S PGCertSART MIRVAP MRCVS
An easy to read comprehensive website all about rehab and recovering dogs

Fitzpatrick Referrals
Supervet Professer Noel Fitzpatrick

Physiotherapy Management – Spinal Back Pain  
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Acknowledgement:  Holistic Animal Physiotherapy)

Balance & Proprioception Training
(Acknowledgement: Dogs in Motion)

PT Exercises for Post Op IVDD (not conservative)
(Acknowledgement: Dodgerslist)

Unable to get to an Animal Physiotherapist?
Click here for an Online Consult
(Acknowledgement: Holistic Animal Physiotherapy Website)

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