Anatomy of canine movement
In this video, Barbara Houlding explains the anatomy of canine movement and how hydrotherapy, physical therapy and physiotherapy can help a dog's movement.
Barbara gives an interesting lesson in the anatomy and physiology of canine movement. Applying the most up to date research (as of March 2011), Barbara explains the function of the dog's skeletal system, muscles and joints whilst the dog is in motion as well as the implications this has for you as a dog owner. The video covers aspects such as why the tail is important, how the dog's mind set can affect movement and the importance of understanding the dog's body awareness and proprioceptive movement pathways.
A great video for those wanting to learn more about canine anatomy, or pet dog owners wishing to understand their dogs better.
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