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Pet Fit Animal Rehabilitation


Welcome to Pet Fit

Pet Fit is an Animal Rehabilitation Practice specializing in the musculoskeletal care of pets.

Pets with sudden injuries or long-term degenerative conditions that affect joints, bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves, can benefit from Physical Rehabilitation.

What is Animal Rehabilitation?

Animal Physical Rehabilitation adapts different manual techniques and modalities used by Physical therapists in human patients and applies the same techniques to animals. It can promote a more rapidly recovery from neurological or orthopedic disorders and surgery, helping to avoid complications associated with prolonged rest.

What are the Benefits of Rehabilitation?

  • Reduce pain
  • Promote healing
  • Restore and maintain movement
  • Build muscle mass
  • Increase cardiovascular fitness
  • Combat obesity
  • Improve physical condition in sporting and working dogs
  • Assist with selection of carts and braces

Taking your pet's care to the next level!

Geriatric Rehabilitation

Orthopedic Rehabilitation

Neurologic Rehabilitation

Sports Medicine and Fitness

Weight Loss Program


Is your pet having difficulty moving, recovering from surgery, in pain, or just not fit enough?

PET FIT can  help!

What is Physical Rehabilitation?

Physical Rehabilitation is a non-invasive approach used to speed up the recovery of patients with both chronic and acute conditions. It can help recovery, alleviate pain after an injury or surgery, and improve circulation, flexibility, range of motion, and coordination. It can also increase confidence and comfort level even in a patient who cannot return to full mobility, as well as enhance the pet’s quality of life.

Physical rehabilitation generally uses therapeutic exercises that are performed in conjunction with physical modalities such as hydrotherapy, cryotherapy, therapeutic laser and neuromuscular electrical stimulation.

Rest alone after injury usually does not relieve the problems caused by inflammation and spasm. Also, the body adapts and protects the injured area long after healing has started. These protective methods, as well as fibrosis and scar tissue, alter movement of the whole musculoskeletal system and increase strain on other areas.

Rehabilitation should start as soon as possible after injury to prevent unwanted scarring of tissues like muscle, tendons and ligaments.

Physical Rehabilitation is not only for pets with health concerns. For working and sporting dogs, it will improve their performance by improving strength and endurance. It does improve the quality of life of geriatric patients by relieving pain and making them more flexible and strong.

What is a Rehabilitation-trained veterinarian?


A rehabilitation-trained veterinarian has advanced training, expertise, and most important experience, in the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal and neurological injuries and illnesses causing pain and loss of function.

The rehabilitation-trained veterinarian is the leader of a health care team often comprised of registered veterinary technicians, physical therapists and therapist assistants. This team provides the needed therapy to achieve maximum restoration of quality of life. Of primary importance in the rehabilitation process is the management of pain.


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