Cinema Veterinary Centre
Keep pets appropriately active following surgery!!
Posted on Sep 25, 2017 by deborah
Keep pets appropriately active following surgery They'll think they're healed well before they really are.
Keep pets appropriately active following surgery
They'll think they're healed well before they really are.
You've probably been through this thought process when recovering from illness or surgery: "Wow, I feel so much better than I did, I must be well now!" But you're not. And neither are pets who also have the urge to return to normal activity when recovering.
"It's not the one or two times where they're maybe a little too active or they do a little too much, but it's more the repetitive aspect of things." So, jumping off the couch a couple times—not so bad; resuming active routine—not so much. In this video Dr. Dycus (CVC—now Fetch—speaker David Dycus, DVM, MS, DAVS-SA ) explains why exercise restriction is important during this critical time and offers suggestions for how clients can maintain their normal closeness with pets while not putting them at risk for postoperative complications.