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February 27th, 2018
When your pet is showing signs of injury or pain, you may not know how to help. While a vet may prescribe certain medications that can help with trauma and healing, animal rehabilitation provides more holistic, long-lasting treatment. St. Petersburg dog owners wondering how to improve the health of their pet can rely on Tampa Bay K9 Rehabilitation Center to provide the service and facilities necessary.
January 29th, 2018
Stem cell therapy for dogs is a relatively new field of veterinary medicine that was inspired by its human counterpart. Much like human stem cell science, canine therapy harvests the cells in the body to help other trouble areas heal. Stem cells also aid in repair and strengthen for improved wellbeing.
December 29th, 2017
Just like humans, animals experience neck/back pain and can find relief from the help of a Tampa Bay dog chiropractor. Canine chiropractic care is a great way to relieve pain that comes from spinal conditions, aging, or previous injuries. All this without invasive treatment or the use of pain medicines! All in all, seeking chiropractic treatment for your dog can help them live a happy, healthy, and pain-free life.
November 30th, 2017
Your dogs are family, and you want to provide them with the same love and care that you would any human member of your family. Just like humans, dogs get sick, injured, and also suffer from a number of conditions and diseases. Tampa Bay K9 is an animal rehabilitation center in St. Petersburg that cares about you and your pet, and we want to provide the best care possible. We offer a wide range of diagnostic as well as rehabilitation techniques to ensure that your dog is getting the best individualized treatment.
October 12th, 2017
In the unfortunate circumstance that a member of our family is suffering and in pain, we want to do whatever we can to minimize their suffering and treat the cause of their misery. Our pets are family, and unlike humans, they are unable to communicate the parameters of their pain and discomfort. They rely on us to be ultra-sensitive to their nonverbal cues, pre-and post-surgery. We love our pets and want to keep them alive and thriving for as long as possible, which may require having emergency procedure. Surgery for dogs is not uncommon. Based on the breed, there are several conditions that dogs may be predisposed to or that they can contract into old age that would require them to need to undergo a procedure, followed by spinal surgery rehab to recover.
September 27th, 2016
Not everyone in Tampa Bay understands the difference between a canine hospital and a veterinary clinic. Both serve tail-wagging clientele, but several things set them apart. There is no question that you want the best possible care for Reggie and Rudy, and their circumstances will affect where you take them for treatment.
September 25th, 2017
Tampa Bay K9 Rehabilitation Center wants to help injured, elderly, and disabled dogs live a healthier and more active lifestyle. We offer a variety of advanced treatments and techniques to help your dog live a better, pain-free life. From rehabilitation for injuries, surgery recovery, and arthritis treatment, as well as care for senior dogs and dogs struggling with obesity, Tampa Bay K9 is here to offer you the best in animal rehab. If your furry family member needs special care, call us today and set up an appointment!
August 15th, 2017
Although an animal hospital can treat minor injuries such as bumps, bruises, and sprains, some dogs require further treatment. Serious ailments such as nerve damage and stroke may cause long-term discomfort and pain. That’s why the folks at Tampa Bay K9 Rehab Center are here to help your dog feel their best. TBK9 offers the best equipment, pharmacy, and veterinary expertise to create a unique plan for your furry friend.
July 31st, 2017
You have numerous options in St. Petersburg for caring for your pet’s pain. With massage therapy for dogs, a hands-on approach can ensure your pet is experiencing relief in a visibly measurable way.
June 23rd, 2017
Just like humans that practice medicine, an animal doctor can also be a specialist. Dr. Mark Brown is one of the few veterinarians in Florida who is also a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP). At Tampa Bay K9 Rehabilitation Center, Dr. Brown custom-designs rehabilitation plans for suffering dogs. Injured, post-surgical, and arthritic dogs receive an improved quality of life; the process includes an expert combination of science and medicine, controlled exercise, diet plans, and tender loving care.