May 31st, 2018 | Canine Rehabilitation, Surgery Rehabilitation
Many pet owners have questions about working with an animal rehabilitation clinic and whether it’s the right choice for their dog. At Tampa Bay K9, we strive to offer a wide range of services to ensure your pet gets the care and attention it needs. The following are a few FAQs we receive regarding canine rehab.
The most common conditions we see at Tampa Bay K9 Rehab Center include injuries and post-surgical conditions as well as:
Hip and elbow dysplasia
Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD)
Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD)
Post Operative Orthopaedic Surgery Cases
Post Operative Spinal Surgery Cases
To determine whether your pet is a candidate for therapy, you’ll need to visit a veterinarian. They’ll then refer you to our animal rehabilitation clinic for further care. If your pet has any sort of pain, injury, dysfunction, or health condition, your vet will likely agree that rehab can improve your pet’s health.
Tampa Bay K9’s Dr. Mark Brown, CCRP underwent training and certification through the Canine Rehabilitation Program at the University of Tennessee’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Once we receive the referral and you come in for a visit, your pet will be in excellent hands at our facility with cutting-edge treatment options and a caring, supportive staff.