This is a limited preventative exam for dogs without current problems. We educate you on the common breed conditions, preventative care to increase your pet’s health span, and ways to maximize strength and endurance.
For healthy pets, we analyze the diet and provide recommendations to maximize performance and endurance. Senior animals and pets undergoing physical rehabilitation have unique dietary requirements and we make recommendations to maximize healing and strength.
Supplements can be a great addition to a healthy diet. But it’s important to be aware that the veterinary supplement market is very much “the Wild West.” Most supplements aren’t regulated, nor are they guaranteed to provide effective or safe ingredients. Bad supplements are a waste of money and may harm pets. We provide guidance for safe and effective pet supplements.
To receive this service, your pet must be under the care of a primary care, surgeon, and/or neurologist veterinarian.
If a pet is under the care and responsibility of a 501c3 nonprofit organization, let us know! With proper documentation, we are pleased to offer discounts as a way to give back and help these animals.
We work with pets who are not located in the Brandywine Valley. Please email us at [email protected] for more information
Your dog must be under the care of a primary care, surgeon, and/or neurologist veterinarian and must already have been diagnosed with an injury or condition.
For a telemedicine session, you’ll need to record and send a video of your dog performing a series of simple exercises to show you dog’s mobility and strength. From there, we create a customized exercise program that you can help your dog perform at home.
Click here for a breakdown of rehabilitation coverage by major pet insurance companies.
Services offered in Pennsylvania (most areas in Chester County, south west areas of Montgomery County), Delaware (northern areas of New Castle County), and Maryland (eastern and northern parts of Cecil County).