About Strut

Hi, my name is Dr. Kelly Fishman, and I started Strut Animal Mobility Specialists after working for several years in the field of animal physical rehabilitation and sports medicine. We take an integrative approach to patient care. Our goal is to help increase the human-animal bond by exploring innovative options for animals to increase mobility, find solutions to pain, and contribute to lengthening animals’ life span by maximizing strength, endurance, and well-being.

About Strut





Veterinary School: Ross University, College of Veterinary Medicine Internship Training: University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine

I grew up in Los Angeles and was born with a bleeding heart for animals. I have spent my life helping animals of all shapes and sizes to maintain or regain an active and comfortable lifestyle.

After receiving a BS from UC Berkeley and a veterinary degree from Ross University, I completed an internship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Florida. I moved to Kennet Square, PA alongside my boyfriend and love living in the natural beauty of the Brandywine Valley.

My sole mission is to make your pet feel beter, move beter, and improve their quality of life. In addition to acupuncture, LASER, and physical rehabilitation Strut provides exercise and nutrition programs that improve the long-term health, mobility, and wellbeing of dogs and cats of all ages and capabilities. I hope to empower pet parents with the tools and techniques to maximize the number of happy, healthy years in their animal’s life.

I provide in-home veterinary care to my clients and patients who have restrictions getting to their regular clinic due to reduced mobility, hospital anxiety, or have limitations in movement after surgery.

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Rehabilitation and Technician Assistant

As a Bay Area native, Crystal loves the things the Bay Area does best-delicious food, coffee, Boba, and leisurely crochet. Crystal is a proud plant (and dog) mama. She is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT), the equivalent of a nurse in human medicine, and has worked in physical rehabilitation specialty care for the past 2.5 years. Crystal's their best lives, especially their golden years, with their families. When pets are able to live more comfortably and independently, their families are happier.


In-Home Physical Rehabilitation for Pets in the Brandywine Valley

We keep your pets moving and feeling their best! We’re committed to educating our clients about keeping pets healthy with good nutrition and exercise.

Not in the Brandywine Valley?

We offer a virtual fitness evaluation to healthy animals under the care of a primary care, surgeon, and/or neurologist veterinarian.

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