Category Archives: UT Canine Blogs

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Skeeter

Last week, I made the final decision to have my own dog humanely put to sleep. Skeeter was 15 years old and had been part of my life since 2001. She was diagnosed with cancer almost 2 years ago. In … Continue reading

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In Vitro and In Vivo Optimization of Infrared Laser Treatment for Injured Peripheral Nerves

by Juanita J. Anders, PhD, Helina Moges, BS, Xingiia Wu, BS, Isaac D. Erbele, MD, Stephanie L. Alberico, BS, Edward Saidu, BS, Jason Smith, PhD, and Brian Pryor, PhD This study is important to us is because it explains how … Continue reading

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“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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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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A Student for the Day

Dr. Kip Magneson recently finished his 40 hour externship with Motiv K9 Fitness Therapy.  We were very pleased to have him, and grateful he committed the time to drive once a week, 2.5 hour each way from his practice. His … Continue reading

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Gus – Walking Tall Again

Gus is a handsome three year old 145 lb. Great Dane that lives a very active lifestyle. This Dane is an athlete.  He trail rides with his caretaker up to 5 miles, 3-4 times a week. When not hiking, he … Continue reading

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