“I can’t say enough good things about Deb. She really helped our 12 year old Great Dane maintain her mobility up to end.
12 is ancient for a Great Dane, and Miss Moneypenny battled a lot of inflammation and ACL issues at the end of her life. Deb had a plan, she had easy manageable exercises and nutritional advice, and really just kept us all, Miss Moneypenny included, positive and moving instead of sliding into immobility and an early demise.
Miss Moneypenny passed away just shy of her 13th birthday and she was walking almost to the very end. Anyone whose ever helped a gentle giant at the end knows that the ability to move is crucial to quality of life.
Another great thing about Deb is that she comes to you! If you’ve got a big dog, or a dog that has mobility issues, you know how hard it is to get them up and out to the vets or the doggie rehab. The fact that Deb can come out to you makes things so much easier and more manageable.
Deb is a very kind compassionate and skilled professional. We were very happy to welcome her into our home and our lives.”
“I highly recommend Deborah for any pet rehab. My 9-year-old Great Dane collapsed for some unknown reason and was paralyzed. Two vets told me he probably wouldn’t recover and I should consider putting him down. Fortunately one of the vets told me about Deborah and, being a Great Dane owner herself, she came to visit my big boy.
She started him on laser therapy and built the “Sully station” out of PVC pipe just for his personal rehab. Within a very short period of time he was able to get up with help and take short walks. He progressed to being able to get up on his own and walk around the house and eventually outside unaided.
Because of Deborah I was able to have my wonderful companion for an extra year-and-a-half. She cares about every pet she treats and equally cares about the people who love their companions. Deborah is a wonderful educator and knows how to think out of the box. She’ll always be a special person to me!” Diane S., Austin, TX