My two guide dog puppies- by Vet student and Paws in Motion Intern, Jason Wong Everyone’s experience with their first household animal is different, but I would say that my story with the two Labradors at my home is one of the more unique ones.
Top tips on providing the best quality of life for visually impaired and blind dogs Visually impaired and blind dogs can enjoy an excellent quality of life. Here we share some tips on ways to ensure your pet can adapt to their new normal with the least amount of stress or depression.
Coconut's diary of a curbside pick-up (our covid measures) We just want to reassure you of our further measures to ensure everyone's safety during your pet's therapy session with us, so we can continue to safely provide continuity of care for your pet, with extra peace of mind for you and your family!
When your pet misses you too much…… Around the world, 1 in 7 dogs suffers from Separation Anxiety, or being overly attached to their owners. These pets become extremely upset when they are left home alone in their apartments, or when they see their owners preparing to leave the home.
Paws In Motion Continues Our Pet Patient Care We want to reassure you that Paws in Motion will continue our home and clinic consultations and therapy as scheduled for your pets during this latest period of increased social distancing restrictions.
Leo after 4 weeks of vet and home therapies Leo, the 15 year young Yorkshire Terrier, came to us when his pawrent noticing his strange stance and trembling in legs. Paws in Motion helped Leo with physiotherapy techniques and introduced Assisi Loop (pulsed electromagnetic field) therapy. After 4 weeks, we are excited to see him being jumpy and happy again!
What is CBD for pets? Support your pet’s well-being with daily natural CBD to harmonise and balance health. Broad-spectrum CBD oil helps manage the emotional and behavioural elements in your pet. Reduces inflammation which causes pain and discomfort, improves anxiety and creates a sense of calmness and relaxation.
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.