The use of rehabilitation includes the prevention of dysfunction, the development, improvement, restoration and maintenance of various physical characteristics. Many of which are compatible and essential to everyday life. This isn’t just for sporting dogs, but to help with daily functional activities such like sitting or laying comfortably, going to the bathroom comfortably, or being able to go for walks. Our patients range from orthopedic or neurological impairments (knee surgery or a developmental disorder), geriatric’s with arthritis, overweight, sedentary, young or athletic. Most commonly, rehabilitation is sought out by owners who’s dog or cat has had an injury, or would like to prevent an injury. The patient will experience a faster and more thorough recovery from orthopedic surgery and/or greater comfort in every day life by gaining back function for the daily joy’s that are otherwise restricted due to injury, neurological cases or natural aging changes. Many just want to improve the overall well-being and prolong the quality of life for their pet. Rehabilitation has been shown to improve function, decrease pain, swelling and complications from surgery.