A Dog's Comfort Services

All services require a referral from your pet's regular Veterinarian and each session will include a full report to your Veterinarian. 
Looking for other options?  Please feel free to contact us below.
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Package
What’s included
Price
Assessment

Initial assessment to determine your pet's physical abilities and areas of weakness.  The session will include a full rehabilitation examine, treatment plan, home exercise plan and a report to your Veterinarian ~ 60 minutes.

$60.00

Rehabilitation Treatment

Private, individual treatment session with exercises and therapies as developed at the initial assessment.  Includes exercises, therapies, adjustments to plans as needed and a report to your Veterinarian ~ 45 minutes.

$60.00

5 Pack

5 x 45 minute treatment sessions as described above.  Save $4 per session.

$280.00

10 Pack

10 x 45 minute treatment sessions as described above.  Save $6 per session.

$540.00

Massage Therapy

Approximately 45 minutes, massage and stretching only does not need Veterinarian referral.  Packages available for better savings.

$45.00

Harness Rentals

A small group setting for senior pet owners to learn how to keep their aging pet safe, mobile and happy.  You puppy-proof your home, now we can prep our homes for our seniors too.  One, two-hour class.  Includes at -home massage techniques.  Veterinary referral not required as we are not treating a specific condition.

$10.00

Senior Wellness Class

A small group setting for senior pet owners to learn how to keep their aging pet safe, mobile and happy.  You puppy-proof your home, now we can prep our homes for our seniors too.  One, two-hour class.  Includes at -home massage techniques.  Veterinary referral not required as we are not treating a specific condition.

$35.00

Weight Loss Class

A small group setting for owners of overweight pets to learn how to lose weight safely.  We'll discuss how to determine appropriate calories and treating as well as how to safely increase activity levels..  One, two-hour class.  Includes slow and puzzle feeding techniques.  Veterinary referral not required as we are not treating a specific condition.

$35.00

Snuffle Mat

Snuffle mats are a fun way for your pet to eat their food or a snack.  A type of slow feeder that is engaging, entertaining and makes a great gift for your favourite furry friend.

$15.00

Questions & Answers

If you are unsure if A Dog's Comfort is right for your pet, please feel free to send your questions below.

What type of injuries & conditions can be treated?

Amputation of limbs
Arthritis
Cruciate ligament injuries
Degenerative myelopathy
Elbow dysplasia
Fibrocartilaginous embolism
Hip dysplasia
Intervertebral disc disease
Lumbosacral disease
Paralysis
Post operative recovery.
Spondylosis
Undiagnosed lameness
Weight loss.

How can rehabilitation help my pet?


Rehabilitation increases muscle and joint strength, range of motion, core stability and balance. 

It improves functional ability (the ability to complete day to day activities), proprioception and quality of life. 

Therapy can also reduce pain, healing time, muscle loss and weight.

Can rehabilitation prevent injury/disease development?

While rehabilitation cannot guarantee that a pet will never get injured or develop disease in the long term.  Preventative rehab, or wellness rehab, can help build core strength, muscle tone and balance.  With a specialized exercise plan, rehabilitation can help slow existing disease processes such as degenerative myelopathy and hip dysplasia as well as reduce risk of re-injury with conditions like IVDD and cruciate disease.  Like-wise, weight loss through rehabilitation can significantly improve a patient's pain level, quality of life and level of disease progression.

Do you treat patients other than dogs?


Cats ~ yes, if they are willing.

Horses ~ no, but I can try to help find someone who does.

Pocket Pets ~ I am not specifically trained in this area but will do my best to brainstorm ideas on how we can help your pet.

Contact

A Dog's Comfort

Email is the best way to contact me.  Email will be checked daily and responded to within 48 hours (unless specifically indicated).  Please include your pet's name and the condition/injury you are seeking to rehabilitate.  All treatment must be approved by your licensed Veterinary. Please include which clinic and Veterinarian you use regularly.
adogscomfort@gmail.com
 ~Located at 7025 Dufferin Ave, Wallaceburg, ON ~
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