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Helping animals get better... One paw at a time

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Two Hands Four Paws

What to Expect

Welcome to Two Hands Four Paws, a female-owned, trusted premier animal rehabilitation facility in Los Angeles. Whether your pet is recovering from surgery, is overweight, or is suffering from pain due to arthritis, a soft tissue injury or an overused muscle, animal rehabilitation therapy can help.

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They Love Us

Our young English Cream Golden came to take swim lessons last July. I wanted to say thank you for all that you did to make a very enthusiastic swimmer out of her! You guys are the BEST, and we love you!

Kelli P.

We were there on June 17th and wanted to let you know that Bryan did such an incredible job teaching Marco. When we got home we practiced more the next day with Marco with his life vest in our pool and for the next weekend as well. Now, a few days ago Marco went in on his own without his vest!

Anthea

Just wanted to let you know Shamus is doing amazing in the cart! He is so happy to be in it. He is able to eat without being held up and moved around after dinner to get water (not needing to be carried) and walks around the house. He even chased Tank briefly. He is such a gamer!

Lana

Just letting you Nala is moving like The Wonder Woman she is! She was scooting around like a champ this weekend, off leash, and on hills!

Katie B.

Theo is doing really well in his cart and we are just overjoyed to see him finally have his wheels!  It will definitely allow him to go on longer daily walks- which he loves to do! Thanks for everything.

Emily G.

Maia has been averaging 2 miles a day as she is a Terrier Mix and loves to exercise. She has done the Eastern Sierras, Joshua Tree, and many more hikes up to 8 miles thanks to you.

Annie H.

Bryan took great care in fitting Ivy with her wheels, giving her mobility freedom. She loved her wheels and didn’t want to stop. We got to have 3-legged wheeling adventures and I will be forever grateful.

Melinda H.

Helping animals live full and enjoyable lives

Two Hands Four Paws Foundation helps special needs animals become more mobile by providing funding, rehab, wheelchairs, braces, harnesses and a whole lot of love. We have also rescued several animals from dire situations and helped them find forever homes.

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