Monthly Archives: March 2014

“Victory Over Cancer”

I received an update on Victory the other day and wanted to share it with you. Victory is a shepherd/husky cross and was diagnosed at 11 years of age with osteosarcoma, an aggressive cancer of the bone, in his left … Continue reading

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Return to Athletic Performance after Digit Amputation in Agility Dogs

If your dog suffers an orthopedic injury, you are often asked to make a decision regarding which of a variety of treatment or rehabilitation options you would like to pursue.  What you may not know, is that veterinarians have very … Continue reading

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New Glute Activation Exercise: Monster Walk

I’ve been using monster walks for something like nine years now. No matter how many new and interesting exercises I learn or invent, monster walks remain one of my favorite choices for glute activation in the Performance U approach to … Continue reading

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Where did that light come from? The Ins and Outs of Laser Therapy

The light shines on our clients at Motiv K9 Fitness Therapy. Whether cats, dogs, horses, or other species, Laser Therapy can assist with improving quality of life.  Laser Therapy is cutting edge technology in animal health care with wide applications.  … Continue reading

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What’s on the horizon for FAI and Hip Arthoscopy

The recognition and diagnosis of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) as an important cause of hip pain has recently experienced exponential growth. The bony impingement in the hip caused by FAI leads to both labral and cartilage damage which can cause significant … Continue reading

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