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Canine Biomechanics and Movement

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  • Canine Biomechanics and Movement


A range of free and insightful resources, including films, focusing on research with experts from different fields of canine health and welfare, with an in-depth look at canine diseases, genetics and conformation-related health concerns.

Each film comes with useful learning resources and suggested further reading including publications and papers. This collection of learning resources is FREE. Just add to your cart and check out for full free access.

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Dr. Constanza Gomez Alvarez (Head of the Veterinary Biomechanics Laboratory at the University of Surrey) with  Dr. Alexander Humphries (Research Fellow in Animal Biomechanics) discuss canine biomechanics and identifying lameness, through the importance of soundness in movement, visual indicators when assessing whether a dog is lame and current and future advancements in canine biomechanics research.