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Enhancing Pets' Lives

Enhancing Pets’ Lives

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Our pets bring so much joy into our lives—it’s no surprise that when they suffer, we suffer right along with them. At Pawsitive Steps Rehabilitation & Sports Medicine, we are dedicated to improving and enriching the quality of life for our animal family members. We specialize in providing individualized rehabilitation options for dogs and cats of all shapes and sizes.

Conducted in a calm and healing environment, our full range of veterinary physical medicine services are designed for the relief of pain and inflammation. Whether you have a senior pet, an animal athlete, or a dog or cat with a weight problem, your companion will be treated with the utmost compassion and care.

Feel free to browse through our website and learn about some of the latest veterinary rehabilitation techniques and how they might benefit your animal companion. Check out our hospital tour to see our facility and some of the equipment we use during rehab sessions. Contact us for more information on the services we offer.

Pet of the Month

Buddy – Cat with Multiple Pelvic Fractures

Meet Buddy, our January 2020 Pet of the Month! Buddy was found by Warren Animal Control late in the summer of 2019.  He was transferred to Tiger Lily Cat Rescue to help with medical care and potential adoption down the road.   At the time that Buddy was found, he was non-ambulatory, meaning that he did not walk.  He was found to have multiple fractures in his pelvis, but no broken bones were seen in either hind limb.  He also had some neurologic deficits affecting...

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From Our Blog:

New Year’s Resolutions
New Year’s Resolutions

By Janelle Allen, LVT Creating Goals for Our Pets It’s the start of a new year and most people are working on implementing some New Year’s resolutions for themselves. But what about our pets? Most of us probably don’t think about creating a resolution involving our furry companions, but maybe we should. Let’s explore what […]

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Why the Long Paw?
Why the Long Paw?

By Janelle Allen, LVT Carpal Hyperextension in the Canine Carpal hyperextension (CHE) is a mouthful to say. But what is it? CHE is a condition that affects the front limb of the dog, specifically the carpal joint. Wait, what’s a carpal joint? Let’s start by looking at your own arm. Would it surprise you to […]

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Maybe Down a Leg, But Don’t Count Them Out
Maybe Down a Leg, But Don’t Count Them Out

by Colleen Lum, LVT, CCRVN, CCFT Tripod Rehabilitation At some point in time, nearly all of us have observed a dog with only 3 legs, maybe even only 2 legs. Dogs and cats “do well” with adapting to these changes in their anatomy as a tripod, but over time the toll of having to compensate […]

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Our hospital tour allows you to take a look inside our facility as well as see some of our therapy equipment in action.

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