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Full Service Animal Hospital & Canine Rehabilitation Centre
This means we can provide each patient with their own individual treatment plan from routine wellness examinations and treatments right through to advanced surgery or medical support – across all life stages.
We find the combination of traditional medicine, surgery, medications and treatments plus complementary therapies such as Laser Therapy,Acupuncture and Rehabilitation can often work very well together.
General Veterinary Services
Advanced Veterinary Services
HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE
REGENERATIVE STEM CELL THERAPY
COMPLETE rehabilitation and pain management CARE For dogs
Sadly – the recovery for our animal friends is commonly limited to cage confinement for weeks on end without any rehabilitation therapies so critical for optimal recovery and return to normal (pre-injury) activity.
We are proud to be a Facility Certified by Internationally known Board certified Specialists in Veterinary Orthopaedics – Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine. VOSM USA.
If your pet is experiencing pain and discomfort from conditions such as osteoarthritis, invertebral disc disease, orthopaedic surgery, soft tissue injuries, obesity or increasing difficulty with daily activities, he or she can benefit greatly from the various forms of rehabilitative therapies.
Our BLOG – A Resource Library for Pet Owners
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Why understanding the difference between Symptomatic Treatment and a Diagnosis is important When we first see a sick or unwell animal it's not uncommon to take the approach of treating the symptoms and seeing how your pet responds to that treatment. The purpose of...read more