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"P" - Pet Patients - All of them (所有寵物小患者)

Our physiotherapy patients are many different shapes, sizes and species. We frequently treat dogs, cats and rabbits.

Monday 28th May 2018

But I’ve also helped terrapins and most recently a cockatoo! The therapy and exercise plan we create for a Labrador is very different to what we need to do for a mini poodle. I am often asked can I treat any animal? And in many cases I can treat them with some aspects

我們治療許多不同身形,大小和種類的動物:由最常見的狗,貓和兔到比較少見的龜和鸚鵡。而動物的大小和品種亦會影響我們的治療方針。例如為拉布拉多犬和為迷你貴婦狗定制的治療和鍛煉計劃當然有所不同。我經常被問到是否可以治療任何種類動物?答案是在不同的層面上是可以的。

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