VetPhysioLife Episode 32

January 13, 2018 12:43 pm

This week was a busy week for Kim. In this episode, we catch up on some of her regular patients that she visited for the first time in the New Year. They include the Coton de Tulear who is back to full health now after the pancreatitis scare late last year; the ex-racing Greyhound who had neospora; and, the Whippet who had a fibrocartilaginous embolism (FCE) some years ago.

Kim also updates us on the recovery of a Tibetan Spaniel who had surgery for a spinal (intervertebral) disc problem in December. And the Weimaraner with lymphoedema from the last episode.

We also hear about a new patient. A 6-year old Golden retriever who bunny hops on walks after having ruptured the cruciate ligament in both knees over the last couple of years. Kim is hopeful that strengthening exercises will help her.

We round the episode off with some general discussions.

Thanks as always for listening and look out for the next episode which will be on elbow dysplasia.

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