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October News from Horse 'n Hound PT
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written by SVCC Board Member
Emily Aborn of
Tucked In Organics

Thanks to YOU we won

in the Souhegan Valley!
Pet of the Month:
"Bear is my 15 year old Chow mix.  He looks tough but he is actually a very sweet guy.  Bear has had a variety of injuries and ailments that include a broken leg, knee ligament replacements, subluxation  of his spine due to a slip on ice, pinched and damaged nerves, allergies, and arthritis.  Keeping Bear moving and managing his pain has been challenging at times.  We have tried a lot of things over the years to help Bear, but what we have realized is that it is not just one thing that will work like magic to take care of all of his problems.  He goes to see Dr. Barrett regularly and he is on medications, and occasionally he goes to see Dr. Gretchen Ham, the chiropractor, for an adjustment, and he goes to see the crew at Horse n Hound Physical Therapy for Hydro-therapy in the underwater treadmill  and laser treatments WEEKLY! When I forget to make his appointments and he misses a session he loses ground that he can’t afford to lose. My poor Bear is a gimpy, creaky old guy who benefits tremendously from the treatments that he receives at HnHPT. The underwater treadmill loosens him up and he can walk longer because the water provides him buoyancy to minimize pressure on his joints.  Because of his nerve damage, Bear had chewed his back legs so bad that he had terrible sores (lick granulomas/hot spots)  that I honestly never expected to see heal, but a combination of exercises and the laser treatment healed the sores completely! 

Jennifer and her entire staff genuinely care about Bear.  Whenever Jen is there she always checks him over and tells me what is going well and what else we can do.  Although Melina, Kelly, and Joy are just wonderful to Bear, he is in love with Lori (the treat lady) and it is pretty cute to see his reaction to her.

The best advice that I can give anyone who has an old, weak or disabled dog is to go see Jennifer and her wonderful staff at HnHPT.  Make a plan to get your pet in the best shape possible as soon as possible." -- Mary Kling
Last month's RockTape Clinic ROCKED!
Here's what the attendees had to say:

"Jen and her facility are great! Jen is a great instructor with a lot of knowledge!" -Physical therapist

"Well taught and easy to understand." -Animal chiropractor

"Jennifer is a knowledgeable instructor with clear experience and passion for what she does. Her diverse education is evident and supports what she teaches." - Vet tech 

"Strong instructor knowledge and qualifications; beautiful facility. -
 Equine massage therapist
Clinics for hire. See our website for more info.
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Come learn 
what your horse
is trying
to tell you 

Please join us and share with friends who may benefit!

Sunday, Oct 22th
with Sharon Wilsie
of Wilsie Way Horsemanship 

is here at HnHPT in Hollis, NH

10:30-1:00 class @$40
and 30-minute individuals
@$75 ea

Only 3 horse slots available ~

CALL 603-465-4444 TO RESERVE!
Equine Affaire North America’s premiere equine exposition and equestrian gathering…
a unique celebration of the horse offering unparalleled educational, entertainment, and shopping opportunities. 
November 9th-12th, W. Springfield, MA
    COME SEE US in BOOTH #1330!    

Evening Educational Series

October 25th: Christine Taylor - 
Hoof Anatomy From the Inside Out
Learn what's inside the hoof, how to trim
how external factors affect the horse.

Call 603-465-4444 or CLICK HERE

November 15th: Julia Zitz, DVM -
Treatment of Common Canine Orthopedic Problems
Focusing specifically on hips and stifles.

November 29th: Leah Limone, DVM -
Updates in Equine Dental Care

This talk will provide an overview of equine dental care. We will discuss the importance of dental preventative care and how this is provided, as well as review commonly seen oral pathology and how this is diagnosed and treated. 

SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, April 8 ~ 
for the much requested STIFLE CLINIC!
REFER A FRIEND and get a
for your dog
~ a $55 VALUE!
Physical Therapeutic Services
Offered at HnHPT:
  • Initial Evaluation
  • Therapeutic Exercise Instruction
  • Therapeutic Ultrasound
  • Home Exercise Program Prescription
  • Hydrotherapy in UWTM
  • Core Strengthening Programs
  • Pool Swim Sessions (watch a video here)
  • Walking Field Memberships for walking your dog
  • Laser Therapy
  • Laser Rental/Purchase
  • Mini Assessments (30-minute, $50 well-checks)
  • ...and lots more fun here at HnHPT!!!


Please consider a DONATION to
The "Pepper" Memorial Fund 


Pepper was a 16 year old Rat Terrier who...(CLICK HERE TO READ MORE!)
 ...Diane and Rich had purchased a 10-pack Hydro therapy package. Upon contacting HnHPT with the sad news of Pepper's passing, they indicated they wanted their remaining $400 Hydro package purchase to go towards a donation for services needed by other dogs that could benefit from physical therapy but may not have the means to afford it. With this generous donation, we have developed the Pepper Memorial Fund for utilization by other needy dogs/animals. 

A big THANK YOU to Rich and Diane Travato for this generous gift —the inception of this fund-- that can keep on giving in the spirit of Pepper's memory. 

Please consider making YOUR REMAINING REHAB PACKAGE a contribution AT HNHPT - desperately welcome and most needed FOR DOGS AND OWNERS THAT CAN’T AFFORD REHAB.


288 South Merrimack Road
Hollis, New Hampshire 03049
phone:  603.465.4444
fax:        855.845.7570


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10am-7pm Tues/Thur
11am-7pm Wed
9am-4pm Fri 
9am-4pm Sat

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MISSION STATEMENT:  HnHPT will utilize scientifically proven physical therapy techniques to treat veterinary diagnosed orthopedic injuries, neurological diseases and other physical problems to enhance injury recovery and general conditioning improvement with a goal of "getting animals better, faster!” than they would without intervention and treatment. HnHPT will deliver services with the secondary goal of educating the human owners to a point they can understand and carry out preventive care, therapeutic strengthening and stretching in their pet’s daily routine.

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