A body in motion tends to stay in motion.
CANINE MOBILITY SOLUTIONS: Veterinary Partner Information
Dogs were born to move, to be active, to play and experience their world. When injuries or disease make that movement difficult, they suffer -- mentally and physically. Overall health, finances, home situation, and other factors all play a role in your client’s decision on how best to deal with their dog's injury or disease. The right mobility solution can support movement and get your patient back into the flow of life, where they're meant to be.
We’ve spent eight years working with mobility-challenged dogs and learning about new products and technologies from leaders in the industry. We’re here to work with you to provide a viable mobility option to your patient.
All our products require a referral and/or diagnosis confirmation. We do not provide veterinary services and do not diagnose conditions. Rather, we work with you to find a mobility solution that meets the desired outcomes for you, your patient and your client. We stock many of our recommended non-customized solutions so we can get your patient moving right away.
Most importantly, we work with the client directly to provide client education on use of the equipment (how to don, doff, clean and maintain the product) and patient instruction (training for moving in the device, maneuvering a cart, etc.) to solidify client compliance.The best solution only works if the client understands how to use it.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re always researching new advances in canine mobility and are happy to share our knowledge to get a pet moving again. Comfortably.
All moblity solutions listed on the following pages require a veterinary referral. A Loyal Companion does not provide veterinary services or diagnose conditions.
Our role is to work with you to identify the best solution for a dog's mobility issue and the household situation.
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