Local Spotlight: Canine Wellness Center
Having experienced similar struggles with her own chocolate lab, Rigley who suffered from elbow dysplasia, Dr. Erney decided to reach for her dream and transitioned from her role as emergency veterinarian to focus purely on rehabilitation. She works in partnership with your veterinarian to create a customized dog physical therapy plan for your furry love. In order to impact the lives of her canine patients and their families in a positive way she helps dogs live a more active and pain free life. Dr. Erney opened her practice, Canine Wellness Center, to focus solely on improving the quality of life for animals through pet physical therapy.
Canine Wellness Center was created to help pets regain mobility following an injury, recovering from surgery, dealing with a chronic disease and even pets that need help losing weight. Dr. Erney is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist whose “goal is to strengthen the bond between you and your furry best friend to continue to enjoy all of the things you love to do together”.
Currently, Canine Wellness Center offers mobile dog physical therapy at your home so your pet is comfortable and it’s convenient for you. Rehabilitation for canines adapts human physical therapy techniques to increase function and mobility of joints and muscles in animals. Animal rehabilitation can reduce pain and enhance recovery from injury, surgery, degenerative diseases such as arthritis, age-related diseases, and obesity.
Each client receives custom exercises to follow either online or via mobile app to maintain consistency. She has various treatment plans available to fit your budget, you can sign up for solo sessions, discounted package programs, and the VIP treatment option. If your furry best friend could benefit from Dr. Erney’s services, give her a call at 480-514-0154 and to learn more visit their website at caninewellnesscenter.com. She offers a free consultation for those interested in learning more over an introductory zoom session. If you mention this blog post to Dr. Erney when you book, you’ll receive 15% off your initial consultation for dog physical therapy.