The Athletic and Working Dog Newsletter Issue 3(6): ~ The Effect of Joint Movement Alterations on Dog Locomotion

Issue 3(6): ~ The Effect of Joint Movement Alterations on Dog Locomotion

Issue 3(6): ~ The Effect of Joint Movement Alterations on Dog Locomotion
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It is important to understand that canine locomotion occurs as a result of the summation of all of the joints. If one of the joints does not move correctly, other joints must adapt their movement to correct the body’s movement as a whole. The dog’s gait may not appear to have changed if these joint movement adaptations are minimal. As the changes and adaptations increase an unsoundness will become evident. It is important in the canine athlete and working dog to identify these alterations as soon as possible.
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Issue 1(4): ~ Benefits and detriments of carpal wrapping; ~ A discussion on performance drive; ~ the effects of vaccinating for lymes disease
Issue 1(6): ~ Selecting a nutrition program for the performance dog. ~ Application of nutritional fundamentals
 
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Issue 2(6): ~ Making a field emergency kit and its application in the field ~ Genetics and Performance
Issue 3(2): ~ Exertional Rhabdomyolysis in the Athletic or Working Dog: Part I
 
Issue 3(3): ~ Optimizing the Scenting Ability of the Dog.
Issue 3(4): ~ Exertional Rhabdomyolysis in the Athletic or Working Dog: Part II
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