Pet Injuries & Conditions We Treat

Arkansas Animal Rehabilitation & Fitness in Cabot, Arkansas

Pets are extremely good at hiding pain and often the only sign they exhibit is a change in behavior.  These can include:

  • Limping or gait abnormalities
  • Relunctance to go on walks, play, go upstairs and/or jump on the bed/sofa
  • Change in quality of movement (example missing weaves in agility)
  • Decrease in appetite
  • Change in sleeping habits – sleeping more or restless when sleeping
  • Changes in posture
  • Pet doesn’t want to be touched in specific areas (back, neck, etc.)

At AARF, we have a rehabilitation-trained veterinarian evaluate your pet and develop an individualized care plan.  The veterinarian, along with the care team, will use a wide range of rehab tools and techniques to improve your pet’s overall quality of life.

We can help with:

  • Soft tissue injuries in tendon, ligament, and muscles
  • Surgical recovery of:
    • Cruciate and other knee repairs
    • Hip surgery
    • Back and neck surgery
    • Joint replacement
    • Amputation
  • Neurological disease, including spondylosis, spinal injury, disc disease, and degenerative myelopathy
  • Osteoarthritis in the elbow, knee, back, hips, etc.
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Common ailments associated with aging  (e.g. loss of conditioning, difficulty in getting up)
  • Back injury and pain
  • Obesity
  • Off season Maintenance of Athletic Performance