Caoimhe
13-07-21 7 Hits

County: Donegal

Fleetfoot Animal Physiotherapy prevents, treats and rehabilitates a variety of neurological and orthopaedic conditions in your small and large animals, as well as keeping your animal in top physical condition.

Animal Physiotherapy is a complimentary therapy for your pet, companion animal and on occasion, farm animal. This means we work alongside your vet to keep your animal in top physical condition, as well as helping with aches, pains. injuries and disabilities.

Ideal for sporting animals, working animals, injured animals, disabled animals, or even your companion animal. Your pet does not necessarily need to have anything wrong as prevention is better than cure!

Home visits are also on offer to assess home and yard environments for injury prevention, injury recovery and/or disease management.

Based in the North West of Ireland and covering the surrounding areas, you can be assured of a fully qualified and insured therapist, who is registered with a regulatory body and held to a high standard.





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