Tag Archives: German Shepard
Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital Client Testimonial

Teagan’s Spinal Surgery

Teagan is our 6 year old long-haired German Shepherd.  She is my co-therapist at my private mental health counseling practice in Washington. She recently developed a vertebral condition that was compressing her spinal column and affecting the motion of all four of her legs.  Words cannot accurately express the level of exceptional care that Teagan […]

Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital Client Testimonial

Gunner The RCMP Service Dog’s Extended Abdomen

On the morning of December 23rd, the doctors and staff at BBVSH were experiencing extremely heavy hearts.  A local RCMP officer had arrived with ‘Gunner’ his service dog, who was due to retire in just two weeks.  The RCMP officer observed that Gunner had an extended abdomen, was lethargic and continued to experience non-productive vomiting. […]

Physiotherapy at Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital

Physiotherapy patient Finn is off to Finland!

Finn, a 6 year old German Shepherd Dog and physiotherapy patient of BBVSH, competes in a sport called Schutzhund. Schutzhund is of German origin and the literal translation means “protection dog”. Schutzhund involves 3 different phases – tracking, obedience and protection. It was originally developed as a temperament and character test for German Shepherds to […]