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Twelve Days of Christmas: Freedom No-pull Harness & Help’Em Up Harness

 

At K9 Rehab, we cannot say enough good things about both of these harnesses. 

The Freedom No-Pull Harness is not only great for teaching leash manners but also for regular use. This harness is particularly beneficial as it provides two contact points for communication on walks. There is also no pressure on the neck of the dog, preventing damage and injury to the neck, shoulders, and spine, commonly seen with other collars.

The Help’Em Up Harness is a great harness for geriatric dogs, dogs with mobility issues, or dogs who are recovering from injury. This two-part harness allows you to aid your dog to a standing position, helping climb into the vehicle or up stairs. Having two lifting areas gives even weight distribution, making it more comfortable for your dog and easier on your back.

Both of these harnesses can be found at our Wellness Centre. For more information please visit our website!

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Twelve Days Of Christmas. Day One: Rosie’s Brand

Rosie’s Brand is a great treat for your dog!
Made locally in the Fraser Valley, this tasty treat is full of natural nutrients such as protein, vitamin A, copper, iron, niacin, B vitamins, zinc, and Omegas 3 & 6 that your pet will love. Rosie’s Brand takes away the task of label reading as it only has one ingredient: Beef Liver.
At K9 Rehab we love these dehydrated, nutrient packed treats and so do our four-legged clients!

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CHRISTMAS SALE!

This Christmas give your beloved dog a gift of wellness, exercise, and fun. For a limited time, K9 Rehab is offering 5 package hydrotherapy swims, originally priced at $310.45,  for only $275.00! Offer ends on December 31, 2017.

 

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  Canine Hydrotherapy Benefits

Canine Hydrotherapy is versatile in treating numerous conditions in dogs.

 

These conditions can include but are not limited to:

 

– Cruciate Ligament Rupture (conservative management and post operative)

– Arthritis

– Hip Dysplasia

– Elbow Dysplasia

– Spinal Injuries and Recovery (ie. slipped disc)

– Spondylosis (Spinal Arthritis)

– Patella Luxation (conservative management and post operative)

– Neurological Disorders, such as Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)

– Weight Control

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