Canine Anatomy & Movement of Thoracic Limb

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About the course

Lisa’s day will be in two parts.  In the morning, students will be learning the theory of the canine thoracic limb and anatomy.  In the afternoon, there will be a hands-on session including rehabilitation and conditioning exercises.

To book onto this course, please contact us and quote reference 24MARLG

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