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How To Assess A Dog Limp

In a practical and insightful video, Dr. Nicole Rous addresses a common concern for dog owners: how to assess a limp in your dog. Limping is a frequent issue seen in veterinary practice, and its causes can sometimes be elusive. Dr. Rous provides essential training on basic canine anatomy and outlines what you should look for when your dog is limping.

This video is a part of Shy Tiger's comprehensive Dog First Aid training series, which includes a variety of other educational videos and training materials. Your feedback is invaluable, so please don't hesitate to share your thoughts on this training video or ask any questions you may have.

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To further support your pet's health, consider Shy Tiger's Pet First Aid Kit. This all-inclusive kit is perfect for both home and travel, providing all the essentials you'll need to support your pet in a crisis situation.

By combining Dr. Nicole Rous's expert guidance with Shy Tiger's First Aid products, you'll be well-equipped to handle a range of health issues, including the common but often perplexing problem of a limping dog.


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