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"Q" - Quality of Life (生活質量)

Physiotherapy helps to improve pet quality of life, especially in older pets with mobility issues. That’s because we focus on reliving their pain, strengthening their muscles and providing solutions to helping them more easily do their daily activities.

Tuesday 12th June 2018

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