Hello animal lovers!
We want you to meet María José Loría (her friends call her Ma-Ho), she is a college student currently in the last semesters of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation at the Marista University in Mérida, Yucatán.
Just a few days ago, she participated in an intensive course in Querétaro, Qro; where she learned a wide variety of innovative techniques to rehabilitate pets and she wants to share her knowledge and skills with all animal lovers and pet owners in the “White City”.
If you have a puppy, kitten, dog or cat at home that has a problem walking or moving around, as a consequence of an injury, accident or surgery, Ma-Ho will give you some FREE advice during the week of October 23 to 28, at the Hospital Veterinario del Mayab facilities.
You just have to schedule an appointment at 925-20-30 or send a message via inbox through the Hospital Veterinario del Mayab Facebook page.
Please keep in mind that this is not a medical consultation. THE PATIENT MUST BE REVIEWED BY A VETERINARIAN BEFORE ANY PHYSIOTHERAPY OR REHABILITATION TECHNIQUES CAN BE APPLIED (NOT NECESSARILY AT HVM).
If you are interested, send an inbox message to the Hospital Veterinario del Mayab Facebook page and they will be glad to answer your questions and provide more details.
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