At Climbing Rose Veterinary Services, we want your pets to have a comfortable life at all ages. To help with that, we provide a mobile practice that brings chiropractic care, physical rehabilitation, and hospice care for your pets into your home.
- chiropractic care can help healthy animals feel great and animals in pain feel better
- physical rehabilitation helps animals recover more quickly and more fully from injuries and surgeries
- hospice care helps keep your pet comfortable at the end of their life without the stress of trips to the vet clinic
Chiropractic visits include: chiropractic exam, gait analysis, chiropractic adjustment, and nail trim. Chiropractic care keeps athletes at the top of their game, and helps house pets feel good and move smoothly throughout their lives. It helps injured animals recover and arthritic animals feel more comfortable.
Physical rehabilitation visits include: medical exam, gait analysis, chiropractic adjustment if needed/desired, nail trim if needed, and exercises to help your pet fully recover their strength and mobility. If you are willing and able to carry them out, we will also teach you exercises to do at home to speed your pet’s recovery.
Hospice visits include: a medical exam and any nursing care your pet needs. This can include administering fluids or medications, wound care/bandage changes, assisting with feeding, bathing, and shaving mats. We continually reassess your pet’s condition and can prescribe new medications or treatments as needed. Hospice visits can also include chiropractic adjustments, nail trims, or physical rehabilitation. We will work with your regular veterinarian to keep them informed of your pet’s situation and make sure they are comfortable with our evolving treatment plan.
All types of visits can occur as frequently or rarely as needed, depending on your pet’s situation. If your pet needs care more often than 3 times a week, we will absolutely see them outside of our normal business hours.
Because of our commitment to animals’ comfort and well-being, Dr. Fowler is a certified Fear Free practitioner. This means she has pursued training in ways to lower the fear, anxiety, and stress that animals often feel around vet visits.