Little Horlick’s family noticed that he limps on his left front leg and his shoulders seem ‘loose’. We found out his both shoulders are unstable (medial shoulder instability) and tend to slide outwards when walking on slippery floors.
Thursday 3rd September 2020
To stabilise Horlick’s shoulders and stop the repeated injury and pain, we helped him with a customised shoulder hobbles system, which he enjoys walking in!
Tips: Senior pets and pressure sores- bedding advice Similar to humans, dogs may develop pressure sores if they lie on their bed or floor for long periods of time, if their mobility is reduced. Pressure sores often develop over bony prominences (the bony points with very thin skin and little fat covering) such as the hips and elbows causing damage to the skin barrier and discomfort.
Dr Jane joins the prestigious new VSMR chapter of ANZCVS We are delighted to update you that Dr Jane McNae has been invited to join and the newly established Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation chapter of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists.