Animal Fitness Center: Professional Treatment Center For Pet Pain
While at the park walking, with my best friend and cherished dog Rufus, I noticed he wasn’t pulling me along like he usually does. I walked slower so I could see what was wrong. I noticed that he was limping everytime he walked and he also looked like as though he was in pain the whole time as he struggled to move his legs. To match his slower gait, I walk slower than I used to. We were beginning to lose out on our favorite exercise. Pet Pain
Eager to find out what was wrong with Rufus, I took him to my regular vet. I was told that Rufus had pet arthritis. He gave me medicine for the dog joint pain, and sent us on our way. Everytime we give Rufus his medicine, we have to fight with him; it was obvious that he disliked the medicine. Then one morning, Rufus couldn’t walk anymore. She just won’t get up anymore. I felt bad for Rufus.
I desperately looked on the internet for help and found Animal Fitness Center ran by Dr. She said Rufus’ inability to walk was caused by pet arthritis and dog joint pain. Dr. Ava Frick said that the Animal Fitness Center can help Rufus without the need of medication. I wanted to see Rufus walk again so I booked an appointment right away.
Dr. Ava Frick said that there are many treatments available including animal chiropractic care. These treatments were intended for animal pain relief and rehabilitation. Rufus had dog joint pain and not canine paralysis; I was thrilled when I found out about it. Dr, Ava Frick told me it shouldn’t take too long for the treatment to start working. Rufus started to walk again, albeit slowly, after several treatments and a change in diet. Rufus’ recovery wouldn’t be possible without the help of the people who were involved in the therapy. Everything is back to normal, Rufus is now pulling me along with his leash, just like the old times.
The Animal Fitness Center has been a great help to me and Rufus. We were in good hands. Dr. Ava Frick and her team were able to determine what the problem was and provided the necessary treatment for Rufus. Not mask it behind “traditional” animal pain relief, like most other veterinarians do. Dr. Ava Frick has the skills, experience and tools to work miracles. Pet Pain Relief