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Healing Your Pet: Animal Rehabilitation Services in St. Petersburg

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. Depending on your situation and needs, we have specialized equipment that can improve many degenerative conditions. While older animals are more at risk for conditions such as canine osteoporosis, it does not mean younger dogs cannot [...]

By |2018-11-09T15:20:50+00:00February 27th, 2018|Canine Rehabilitation, Surgery Rehabilitation|

Weight Loss for Dogs: How You Can Help

Weight loss for dogs is simple for the residents of the St. Petersburg area, since there are so many local dog parks; however, beginning your pooch on the path to healthiness starts with you. Make the decision to prolong your pet’s life by being dedicated to their health and happiness. The 2013 National Pet Obesity Awareness survey estimated 52.6% of all US dogs are overweight or obese. A weekly exercise plan is a great way to prevent maladies associated with pets that are overweight, including joint damage, heart disease, and shorter lifespan. A quick and simple way to tell if your pooch [...]

By |2017-11-03T15:30:57+00:00June 2nd, 2014|Weight Management|

TBK9’s Dog Weight Loss Programs

Do you have an unhealthy, overweight dog? Are you becoming increasingly concerned about their health and quality of life? If so, it may be time to take them to Central Animal Hospital and enroll them in a program at the best Tampa Bay K9 Rehabilitation Center to get them on a quick road to recovery. Our dog weight loss programs design a custom diet and therapy plan to meet their specific needs. Health Risks of Canine Obesity When a dog becomes obese, or even just slightly overweight, their health risks increase significantly. They are at risk for diseases such as arthritis, heart [...]

By |2017-11-03T15:22:58+00:00March 12th, 2014|Weight Management|