The Athletic and Working Dog Newsletter Issue 1(2): ~ Prevent of abnormal hyperthermia and heat stroke; ~ Managing nails; ~ Notes on Rehabilitation Psychology

Issue 1(2): ~ Prevent of abnormal hyperthermia and heat stroke; ~ Managing nails; ~ Notes on Rehabilitation Psychology

Issue 1(2): ~ Prevent of abnormal hyperthermia and heat stroke; ~ Managing nails; ~ Notes on Rehabilitation Psychology
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Nails: Long or Short - This article discusses how nail length can affect performance and injuries.

Managing Hyperthermia in the Athletic and Working Dog - This article focuses on preventing abnormal hyperthermia and heat stroke in the athletic and working dog. It describes the two basic components of Hyperthermia - external factors and internal factors.

The Psychological Aspects of Rehabilitation (Authors Note) - A brief descriptive of how to create a positive attitude in the dog that is needing rest as part of their rehabilitation.
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Issue 1(6): ~ Selecting a nutrition program for the performance dog. ~ Application of nutritional fundamentals
Issue 2(4): ~ Overview of paw pad injuries and their medical management. ~ Trigger points can affect performance and cause lameness in the dog.
Issue 3(4): ~ Exertional Rhabdomyolysis in the Athletic or Working Dog: Part II
 
Issue 4(4): ~ Achievement of Peak Performance Using the Tapering Method. ~ Tapering Variations Utilized in Canine Competition
Issue 5(6): ~ Feeding for Optimal Performance
Consulting Service - Dr. Robert L. Gillette
 
Analyzing Motion and Soundness of the dog - Flash Drive
Managing the Greyhound Racing Surface: Part Two, Evaluating the Greyhound Racetrack Surface for Proper Management
Animal-TRAQs motion analysis software - License