Canine Physical Rehabilitation at Powers Pet Rehab

Canine Physical Rehabilitation at Powers Pet Rehab Powers Pet Rehab and Alternative Care Center We also assist with weight loss, senior mobility and effective alternative pain management. Welcome Dr. Dani Waite!
(10)

Our rehabilitation facility helps your pet with a speedy recovery following an injury, surgery, or neurologic event. Powers Pet Emergency and Specialty is so happy to introduce Dr. Dani Waite into our Veterinary Rehabilitation Department. We are also excited to announce that we can add Acupuncture to our list of services to our rehabilitation facility with her arrival. Dr. Dani Waite is available

to assist your pets with Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation and Acupuncture on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Dr. Dani Waite joined our practice in December of 2016. Dr. Waite received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wyoming and went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Colorado State University in 2011. She spent two years in small animal primary care in Colorado Springs, before transitioning to rehabilitation work. She completed her Canine Rehabilitation Certificate Program in July of 2016. Dr. Waite also completed her certificate in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture in April of 2016. Dr. Waite is passionate about neurologic and orthopedic rehabilitation and pain management. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, hiking, and spending time with her husband and son. She has two fur children, a cat named Milo and an Irish Wolfhound named Poppy.

03/06/2019
NPR

NPR

One of the largest studies ever conducted of the MMR vaccine (measles, mumps and rubella) is the latest scientific evidence debunking the theory that vaccines cause autism.

03/30/2017
20 Spring Dangers That Can Affect Your Pet | petMD

Spring has sprung in the Rockies- and with spring here are 20 Spring Dangers that can affect your pet.

While most of us associate spring with longer days and warmer weather, the change of season can mean big trouble for your cat or dog. Pets who have been cooped up all winter are suddenly more susceptible to environmental irritants, exposure to toxic chemicals and overexertion, not to mention activit...

12/06/2016
How Cold is too Cold for a Dog? | petMD

How Cold is too Cold for a Dog? | petMD

When do the risks of spending time in the cold outweigh the benefits of being outdoors? Let’s take a look at the dangers associated with winter weather and how we can still safely enjoy the great outdoors with our dogs.

11/21/2016
American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)

Please read with regards to your pets and Thanksgiving Dinner.

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Resist those puppy dog eyes and make sure your holiday feast doesn’t end with an emergency trip to the veterinary hospital.

11/11/2016

In honor of those that have served. Thank you!

Address

5886 Tutt Boulevard
Colorado Springs, CO
80923

Opening Hours

Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(719) 550-8303

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Canine Physical Rehabilitation at Powers Pet Rehab posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Practice

Send a message to Canine Physical Rehabilitation at Powers Pet Rehab:

Share

Category


Other Hospitals in Colorado Springs

Show All