About Four Paws Rehab

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.

Our treatments: a catalyst to the healing process

Similar to human physiotherapy, animal rehab is a significant contributor to the physical and emotional well being of your animal companion – and catalyst to the healing process of patients suffering from orthopedic, musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. Fractured bones, strained muscles, paralysis and obesity are among the conditions that benefit from our therapeutic services.

Four Paws Rehab & Fitness is a referral-based practice, so please discuss the benefits of rehabilitation for your animal companion with your veterinarian, specialty clinic, or orthopedic surgeon.

To access a referral form – required prior to first treatment – click here

Meet the Team

Rehabilitation Assistant/OVC Veterinary Student
Rehabilitation Assistant
Katie VT
Veterinary Technician
Janine Ross CCRP, RVT, CVPP
Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner, Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner and Registered Veterinary Technician
Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner/Registered Veterinary Technician
Bianca CCRP, RVT
Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and Registered Veterinary Technician
Rehabilitation Assistant/Certified Veterinary Assistant

The changes are quite remarkable!  Thank you again, Janine, for restoring or tiny, elegant little greyhound to her former glory!

Carrie & Ed Huth

Janine garners our unequivocal recommendation, she is bright, dedicated, skilled and highly professional.  We strongly encourage you to consider utilizing her for any possible animal therapy.

Dan & Sue

If you wish to reduce your beloved canine’s post operative recovery time and improve their ability to return to normal activities as quickly as possible, I would highly recommend seeing a physical therapist as early as possible.

Contact Info
931 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON M6J 1G5
Fax: 416-368-5084

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