Hannah has done work experience with us and is now in her 3rd year studying veterinary physiotherapy at Moreton Murrell Uni in Warwick.
She needs as many people as possible to complete the questionaire (link below). If you are able to do this for her she and I would be most grateful.
Thank you in advance for your help.
Jane Bannatyne CCRP, Dip. Canine Aqua Hydro, IRVAP (Assoc.), MCHA, RCH
Hello my name is Hannah and I'm a third-year Veterinary Physiotherapy student at Warwickshire College. As part of my dissertation, I am investigating what people are feeding their dogs and pet health. I would be grateful if you could take 5 - 10 minutes to complete this form and be a part of this exciting research. The only requirement is that your dog must of had an orthopaedic injury at some point in his/her life. If you have more than one dog with an orthopaedic injury please fill out a separate questionnaire.
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