FAQ’S

Feel free to browse our most Frequently Asked Questions to get answers about Canine Rehabilitation and the process of getting your Kid back to a healthy state.

CAN I BE PRESENT DURING MY DOG’S TREATMENT(S)?

Absolutely! We request that you be present during the initial consult, and encourage you to stay for all subsequent treatments. Knowledge and awareness is key to your dog’s successful rehabilitation.

CAN I BE IN THE POOL WITH MY DOG?

Unfortunately not. Our liability insurance will not support this.

CAN I BRING MY DOG IN FOR A MASSAGE OR HYDROTHERAPY EVEN IF HE DOESN’T NEED REHAB?

Yes. We are both a rehabilitation & fitness center. We have multiple kids that come for fitness, prevention, and fun!

DO YOU SUPPLY TOWELS, OR DO I NEED TO BRING MY OWN?

We do have towels on hand, but request that you bring your own. Our goal is to lower expenses, so as to offer our services at a reasonable, affordable rate.

CAN I BRING MY OTHER DOG FOR MORAL SUPPORT?

No problem. Our new 1300sqf facility is large enough to bring a friend! Often times, clients will request that we schedule a swim session for the house-mate while the patient is being treated..

WHAT DOES THE INITIAL CONSULT INCLUDE?

This is a 1.5-2hr appointment, and includes: getting a thorough history, performing a full head-to-toe examination, and completing the first treatment. We will then e-mail a complete list of recommendations and options for rehabilitation.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO REHAB MY DOG?

Some dogs may recover after 4-6 sessions, while others may need to continue rehabilitation treatments indefinitely. Frequency and Length of Follow-up and Maintenance Therapy are patient specific.

SHOULD I STILL CONTINUE TO SEE MY VETERINARIAN IF MY DOG IS IN REHAB?

Absolutely. Although we offer a multitude of modalities to help heal your pet, we do not provide diagnostic, surgical, or routine veterinary services at Tsavo’s

DO I NEED A REFERRAL FROM MY VET BEFORE STARTING REHAB?

Yes. When you call to schedule an appointment, we will request information about your regular veterinarian and any specialists your pet has seen. We will contact these individuals directly, requesting medical records and a completed referral letter. We work closely with your veterinarian, ensuring they receive regular updates on your pet’s progress.