Like humans, dogs can pull, sprain or strain muscles, tear ligaments (partially or fully), pull up sore after exercise, get tight, knotted muscles, neurological problems that result in mobility issues, aching joints, muscle atrophy, or need help recovery from operations. They suffer with age related problems such as arthritis, reduced range of motion, pain…on and on.
Cathy Vaina &
For as long as I can remember, I have always loved dogs. They have been a huge part of my life. So much of my learning about the caring, nurturing and helping of dogs has been bourne by my very own doggie companions. Together we have travelled the tough roads of rescue, illness, injury, ageing and this has propelled me to seek out knowledge and treatments.
One of the best things we can do for quality and longevity of our animal companions’ lives is keep them moving and mobile, this can literally add time and make the years far more comfortable.
Dogs benefit greatly from a range of rehabilitation tools and techniques. To complement these, we offer:
Certified Canine Hydrotherapist
Certified Canine Remedial Massage Therapist
LED (Red Light) Therapist
Member of ACRA. Fully Insured
Factory 1B, 18 Phillip Court
St Helens, Maryborough
Fraser Coast Region, Queensland
0438 862 562