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Palliative Rehabilitation


45 minutes

“A slow pace form of rehab focusing on comfort care with or without curative intent, allowing patient to be in more comfort as they perform their daily activities; resting with more comfort, moving with more comfort” (Suitable for geriatric animals, severely ill animals, animals suffering with chronic pain)

A holistic approach to keep chronic pain in control for the improvement of quality of life for our elderly or severely ill animals. The goal is to relieve any maximise physiological comfort with or without the intention to cure the medical condition. This type of rehab is usually designed at a slower pace, hospice care and palliative education to the owners. The treatment allows them to be in more comfort as they perform their daily activities; resting with more comfort, moving with more comfort and most importantly, being present and continue showing any affection they can with more comfort, releasing them from any shackles of pain or discomfort the weary body is causing.

Suitable conditions: Palliative Care, Muscle pain, swelling and stiffness, Muscle atrophy

Begin Your Pets Rehab Journey



Drop us a call/ WhatsApp Message


Our therapist will answer any questions you have about how is animal rehabilitation beneficial for your pet, a questionnaire will be sent to you for us to gather essential information about your pet.


Get a referral form from your Vet


You can download the vet referral form from our website or request a copy from us. Simply have the vet to fill up the details and send it to us via email/Whatsapp.


Arrange for a comprehensive consultation with us


The comprehensive consultation will consist of a full physical assessment. Together with the referral form and the questionnaire, our therapist will design a customised program that is suitable for your pet’s unique condition.


Rehab journey begins!


Our therapist will be there with you throughout the journey and constantly educating you on the condition of your pet and what is the best way to provide care for him/her. You wont’s have to feel lost again!

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