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Originally designed for use at their seminars, Physical Therapy for the Canine Athlete was written by Suzanne Clothier and Sue Ann Lesser, DVM, two leading experts on the canine athlete. In this informative book, they offer practical information and hands-on techniques for keeping your canine athlete healthy, and for helping him recover from injury.

You'll learn injury assessment, as well as how, when and why to use massage, manipulation, ice/heat therapy, and hydrotherapy to speed recovery and assist healing. This booklet makes an excellent companion to the video, Your Athletic Dog: A Functional Approach. A "must-have" for the handler of any competitive dog!

Suzanne Clothier is a professional dog trainer, lecturer and an award winning author. Her innovative holistic approach focuses on the mind, body and soul of the dog and the importance of the relationship between dog and handler. Her seminars, given nationwide, cover a wide variety of topics ranging from the canine athlete, behavior, the training relationship and more. She is the well-known author of a number of books, including Following Ghosts: Developing the Tracking Relationship and Understanding Puppy Testing.

Sue Ann Lesser DVM is a well respected veterinarian whose specialty is veterinary chiropractic. Her practice - now "gone to the dogs" -- has many performance dogs as her clients.




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