Mobility Matters Pet Rehabilitation

We are a certified and dedicated team working to improve your pet’s mobility and quality of life.

Who We Are and How We Can Help

At Mobility Matters Pet Rehabilitation, we are passionate about keeping dogs moving and helping them live their best lives. An active dog is healthier due to less anxiety, more mental stimulation, and an improved immune system. Over the last 30 years of veterinary medicine, Dr. McGrath has helped pets live their best lives and is excited to continue to offer these unique and valuable services to the pets of Oakville and Burlington.

Common Conditions We Treat

Pet rehabilitation is a versatile and beneficial approach that can be applied to various common diseases and conditions in animals. Some of the common diseases and conditions treated by pet rehabilitation include:

Orthopedic Conditions:
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Fractures
  • Ligament injuries (e.g., cruciate ligament tears)
Neurological Disorders:
  • Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD)
  • Degenerative myelopathy
  • Nerve injuries or paralysis
Postoperative Recovery:
  • Rehabilitation after orthopedic surgeries (e.g., joint replacement)
  • Recovery from spinal surgeries
  • Soft tissue surgeries
Cardiopulmonary Conditions:
  • Canine heart disease
  • Respiratory conditions
Amputation Rehabilitation:
  • Adjustment and rehabilitation after limb amputation
Musculoskeletal Disorders:
  • Muscle strains and sprains
  • Tendon injuries
  • Myositis
  • Weight management through exercise and dietary guidance
Geriatric Care:
  • Age-related mobility issues
  • Cognitive dysfunction syndrome
Pain Management:
  • Chronic pain conditions
  • Pain associated with various diseases
Rehabilitation for Performance Animals:
  • Working dogs (police, search and rescue)
  • Athlete dogs (agility, racing)

Pet rehabilitation programs are often customized to address the specific needs and conditions of individual animals, helping them recover and improve their overall quality of life.

Canine Physical Rehabilitation Services

Pet Functional Exercise

Pet Cold Laser Therapy

Pet Underwater Treadmill

Pet Acupuncture

Pet Massage

Pet Manual Therapy

Underwater Treadmill Mobility Matters Canine Physical Rehab

Why does it matter?

The goal of canine physical rehabilitation is the same as it is for humans—to help improve the quality of life through restoring function, reducing pain, and increasing mobility. Mobility Matters Pet Rehabilitation works with animals on both vet-referred conditions and therapeutic exercises to support the well-being of your canine companion.

Therapeutic pet exercises are used for active range of motion, flexibility, coordination, muscular balance, and strengthening. The focus is on stabilizing exercises and core strength.

Meet Our Veterinarian

Over the last 30 years of veterinary medicine, Dr. McGrath has helped pets live their best lives and is excited to continue to offer these unique and valuable services to the pets of Oakville and Burlington. Whether it is due to surgery from a torn cruciate or chronic arthritis due to the aging process, our tools and services are available to the pets of Oakville. Not local? No problem. We offer online booklets, videos, and telemedicine support to help your pet. We are ready to help in any way we can!

Dr. Tina McGrath
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Home Exercise E-booklets

We recognize that not all pets can have access to a rehabilitation facility for a variety of reasons. This group of pets can still benefit from a home veterinary exercise program with clear instructions and online support. Dogs that have experienced damage to the anterior cruciate ligament need lifelong assistance to maximize their return to function and reduce secondary arthritis. Our e-guides were developed with years of veterinary experience that has seen dogs develop arthritis and mobility issues secondary to such common conditions as anterior cruciate ligament disease and hip dysplasia. We want to work with pet owners to assist their pets in being as active as possible throughout their whole lives.