➤ Know how to recognise any discomfort such as muscle tensions, reluctance to perform a specific move, or irregularities between the left and right sides of your dog’s body, early on.
➤ Know how to check the range of motion in your dog’s limbs.
➤ Know what flexion and extension are and how to perform them on your dog’s main joints.
➤ Check for adhesions along the dog’s back with the skin rolling technique.
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