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This resource for veterinary professionals brings together all of the research papers, studies and case reports carried out by the clinicians who work at ARC Vets.
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Hydrotherapy for Hip Dysplasia

Hydrotherapy in an underwater treadmill aids in hip dysplasia management, focusing on muscle strengthening and increased hip range of motion for dogs, whether young or old.

Hydrotherapy for Forelimbs and Shoulders

Hydrotherapy in an underwater treadmill is used for forelimb and shoulder rehabilitation post-surgery or when treating an injury conservatively.

Hydrotherapy following knee surgery (TPLO or MPL)

Hydrotherapy in an underwater treadmill post TPLO or MPL surgery aids recovery by increasing limb use, improving mobility, muscle strength, and endurance while minimising pressure on the surgical limb.

Spotlight on our Emergency and Critical Care dynamic duo

At ARC, we’re incredibly lucky to have two amazing women at the top of their game caring for the sickest of the sick.
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ARC guide to anal sac adenocarcinomas

Anal sac adenocarcinomas (ASACA) arise from the apocrine glands of the anal sacs in dogs. They are one of the most common perianal cancers in dogs.

ARC guide to appendicular (limb) osteosarcomas in dogs

Osteosarcoma (OSA) is a malignant cancer arising within the bones from the malignant transformation of bone cells called osteoblasts.

The ARC Guide to chemotherapy in pets

The primary goal when using chemotherapy in pets is to keep your pet living a normal good quality life for as long as possible.

Potential side effects of chemotherapy use in pets

The goal of veterinary chemotherapy is to give pets more good quality life than they would have without chemotherapy.

The ARC guide to lymphoma in dogs

Most dogs have a form of lymphoma called “multicentric lymphoma”. This means the lymphoma is primarily within the lymph nodes. Lymphoma can also occur in other parts of the body (for example the skin or gastrointestinal tract).

Factors to consider when referring for echocardiography

Echocardiography is a vital diagnostic tool for the investigation of cardiac disease.
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