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The dog's spine - protection, support and mobility

Who or what is it and what is it for?

The main task of the spine is to give stability to the entire trunk. It is THE supporting structure for the entire musculoskeletal system and also the supporting apparatus for the internal organs. It offers a high degree of mobility and protects the spinal cord.

The spine is divided into the cervical spine, the thoracic spine, the lumbar spine, the cross spine and the tail spine. These spinal column sections have different numbers and differently shaped vertebrae. The intervertebral discs are located between the vertebrae, they serve to absorb the pressure that acts on the vertebrae during certain movements.

The cervical spine and the lumbar spine are overall more flexible than the thoracic and the cross spine. The thoracic spine is articulated to the ribs, which results in a relatively rigid unit. The sacral spine consists more of a bony plate, here the three sacral vertebrae that a dog possesses are fused together, which is why it is often referred to as the sacrum.

The spine is the most fascinating bony structure in the skeleton. She is involved in every movement. Whether lifting your head, jumping, running, eating, sleeping. It never rests ...

This is exactly why it is so important that you stay fit.

In addition, the spine releases the spinal nerves between each vertebra on the right and left; these nerves carry both motor and sensory nerves.

Disturbances in the spine can have far-reaching consequences. They are not only accompanied by severe pain but also by nerve disorders. This leads to problems in the entire organism.

Have you ever had a spinal block in the thoracic spine? Because the thoracic spine forms a unit with the ribs and the sternum, which is constantly moving while breathing, it is possible that you can hardly breathe in or out properly.

Or have you ever had stomach problems and pain so bad that you could hardly tell whether it was back pain or stomach pain?

Exactly these examples show how strongly spinal problems can affect the body.

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