Rehabilitation for Cats: Treatments and Benefits
Rehabilitation is a highly valued discipline in human medicine. It is a physical rehabilitation practice which aims at improving physical mobility, agility and comfort, as well as providing pain relief and speeding recovery after an injury or ailment. With the many...read more
Dog Harness: Improving Your Dog’s Mobility & Recovery
It’s never pleasant to watch your dog struggle to move around. Whether caused by injury, disability, old age or surgery, many pets suffer from physical ailments that inhibit their mobility and full range of motion. Fortunately, there are a few options available that...read more
Dog Wheelchairs: When and Why Your Dog May Need One
Whether caused by an accident, disease, old age, or a combination of any of those factors, it is difficult for pet owners to watch their canine companion lose partial or complete mobility – even temporarily. Sadly, the loss of mobility continues to be the...read more
How Weight Loss Management Can Impact Your Dog’s Health
For the last two decades, canine pet obesity has steadily increased at an alarming rate. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP)’s 2017 clinical survey, around 56 % of dogs in the US are classified as clinically overweight. Obese dogs face...read more
Dog Massage Therapy: Why It’s Important For Dog Rehabilitation
We all know how good we feel after getting a professional massage done; we’re deeply relaxed, our stress levels decrease while our blood flow increases, and we’re left with a sense of overall well-being. With the many benefits massage therapy provides, it’s no...read more
The VET Festival: A Must-Attend Annual Veterinary Conference
There’s no better place to relieve the strains of everyday life while furthering your veterinary career and education than with the VET festival, an innovative Continuing Professional Development (CPD) conference dedicated to expanding the knowledge of veterinary...read more
Four Paws Rehab & Fitness provides highly individualized, professional – and caring – rehabilitation for both canine and feline patients, under the direct supervision and treatment of founder Janine Ross, Certified Rehabilitation Practitioner.
Striving to provide an outstanding level of care for all of our patients across Southern Ontario, Four Paws is dedicated to creating a comfortable and safe environment for your pet, with customized treatment designed to achieve pain-free mobility.