At Animal Surgical and Sound Veterinary Rehab, we remain committed to providing our clients and their pets with the highest quality of care, which means we aim to exceed the standards in cleanliness and disease prevention.
In light of the recent concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19), while we remain open, we are... Read More
Did you know that while dogs might love chasing after balls, throwing a ball for older dogs (especially those with arthritis) can do more harm than good?
Dogs with arthritis and other joint or musculoskeletal conditions need to reduce stress on their joints to prevent further damage.
Why it can be harmful to throw... Read More
Best ways to help your dog lose weight
Did you know that one of the best ways to help your pet avoid or reduce joint pain is to help them lose weight?
Extra weight on dogs is closely linked to arthritis, joint pain, and many other serious health issues. Weight loss and maintaining an ideal body condition are also... Read More
We have come to the end of another holiday season for what was a year of tremendous growth and change here at the Animal Surgical and Orthopedic Center. For starters, we have changed our name to more aptly reflect our primary focus. We are now working more closely with our rehabilitation department, SOUND, in order to... Read More
Pet owners frequently ask us how long it will take their pet to recover after surgery. The truth is, there is no one-size-fits-all timeline. The time it takes a dog or cat to heal depends on many factors, including their age, health, and fitness level, and the type of procedure performed.
It’s crucial to understand... Read More