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REASSURANCE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK:
We would like to reassure all our clients that our biosecurity within the practice is always of an extremely high standard, however, we are taking extra precautions at this time in order to protect you and your pets.
Any concerns regarding your pets during potential times of self isolation please contact the practice for further advice in order that we can facilitate your needs. If in doubt about anything regarding these current issues please call the practice for further information.
 

Honeysuckle Veterinary Rehabilitation Centre was established in 2004 and was one of the first Small Animal Veterinary Rehabilitation clinics in the UK. The team consist of a Veterinary Surgeon, a Chartered Physiotherapist, who specialises in Veterinary Rehabilitation and a Registered Veterinary Nurse.

Aims of Rehabilitation:

  • Promote mobility
  • Facilitate recovery from injury and/ or surgery
  • Maximise performance in the athletic dog
  • Reduce pain

The purpose built  rehabilitation centre is well equipped with a 8 X 10ft heated hydrotherapy pool with counter swimming jets and drying facilities, water based treadmill as well as a range of physiotherapy equipment.

Services also include electro-acupuncture and traditional canine acupuncture.

We adopt a multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation and work closely with owners, vets and other therapists.

All animals are either referred directly to us by your Vet, or we obtain their permission and any relevant medical history. We report back to your vet to ensure that we are all working together, and that your dogs medical records are kept up to date.

Patient Review: Abi is a 9 year old Lurcher. She has a long history of a rare condition called Lupoid Onchrodystropy. This is an auto immune disorder whereby the nails and nailbeds cause pain and discomfort and eventually fall off or need to be removed. She was referred to us in 2016 as she was in chronic discomfort around her limbs, sensitive and unhappy on uneven ground, which made walks very difficult for her owner. Read more….