Two Hands Four Paws provides many services for all pets, including Acupuncture, Hydrotherapy, Laser Therapy, Massage Therapy, and Cryo and Thermotherapy.
Fun Swims for those animals who just can’t stay out of the water. Our Special Needs Daycare and Boarding is perfect for a pet recovering from an injury/surgery, or pets who are incontinent seniors who need more TLC while mom and dad are away.
We also have a full Rehab Retail section that offers excellent products for pets with special needs such as harnesses, wheelchair fittings and his and hers diapers. We invite you to learn more about each of our services throughout the website, or you can stop by and see for yourself! Our staff is more than happy to help you find the right products and services to suit your pet’s unique needs.
Two Hands Four Paws is offering Fun Swims every Wednesday 5 pm - 7 pm and Sunday from 11 am - 2 pm!
Two Hands Four Paws takes pride in the special attention and care that we dote onto every special needs boarding patient. At Two Hands Four Paws, boarding is limited to ensure that each pet receives the personalized care he or she needs.
A lightweight, custom fitted brace can help with your pet’s mobility and quality of life when corrective or reparative surgery is not an immediate option. We are experts at creating fiberglass casts of your pet’s limb.
Therapeutic ultrasound is used to provide deep heating to soft tissues in the body, including muscles, tendons, joints, and ligaments. The heat can help increase circulation, relieve pain and increase flexibility.
Dogs and cats with mobility issues can benefit greatly from the use of a wheelchair or cart. Many who were once hindered from the use of their legs can now enjoy the freedoms that a wheelchair or cart provides.
Laser therapy is one of the most effective animal rehabilitation modalities for treating pain and promoting healing in pets who’re suffering from a wide array of ailments, an injury or who are recovering from surgery.
Animal massage therapy is an important part of every rehabilitation session at Two Hands Four Paws. Not only does it allow the therapist to bond with your pet through touch, but it’s also a great diagnostic tool.
Our pets are fantastic. They live in the moment. They bring us joy and improve our lives. They can be effusive and demonstrative. Yet other times they can be quiet and stoic. Unbelievably stoic and they won’t tell us why!
At Two Hands Four Paws, our approach to canine veterinary rehabilitation revolves around a comprehensive, competent, and compassionate care program, aimed at ensuring the highest quality of life for your dog.