Canine Physical Rehabilitation
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Canine Physical Rehabilitation & Wellness
At Kindred K9 Healing, we understand that seeing your beloved pet struggle with any health condition can be heart-wrenching. Additionally, it makes dog owners feel vulnerable and helpless when they have no direction in correcting the ailment. To alleviate this pressure, we dedicate our energy and expertise to providing top-tier canine rehabilitation services in the comfort of your own home. As a licensed veterinary technician and certified canine rehabilitation specialist, we are committed to helping your furry friend maintain its health and vitality.
Individualized Treatment Plans
Every dog is unique, and so are their healing needs. We take the time to understand these specific challenges and create tailored treatment plans to maximize their recovery, enhance overall well-being, and ensure they get the most out of each session.
Mobile Services, Convenient Care
Traveling can create unnecessary stress and anxiety for injured pets, especially when being treated in an unfamiliar environment. That's why we bring our services directly to your home, a comfortable, familiar and safe space. Minimal distractions and stimulation can allow your pet to focus on the treatment session ensuring that they get the most out of their rehabilitation protocol.
Following surgery, we focus on reducing pain and restoring mobility and strength. Using research based modalities and exercises, we can speed up the healing process and get your pet back to their usual playful self!
Age Related Conditions
We perform safe, effective exercises that support nerve function, improve motor skills, and enhance the ability to perform independent daily activities. Even older dogs can benefit from a daily workout!
Physical rehabilitation helps to alleviate pain and improve joint function. We provide the pet owner with education, helping you understand how to support your pet's healing process at home.
Hip dysplasia and ligament injuries are common in canines. We use targeted therapeutic modalities to strengthen these affected areas, improving balance, coordination and mobility.