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Tails of Rye is a state-of-the-art canine rehabilitation center nestled in the beautiful seacoast town of Rye, New Hampshire, a little over an hour's drive from Boston, Manchester, Concord, and Portland.

We now have certified veterinary acupuncturist, Dr. Lee Gregory, DVM, with us one day a week to offer acupuncture treatments to your pets.

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Tails of Rye offers cutting edge canine rehabilitation
with a unique underwater treadmill unit and hydrotherapy

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Maggie swimming in the AquaPawsMaggie Moo swimming in the
Aqua Paws unit with a little help
from Dimitra at Tails of Rye
Toasty in the tunnelToasty in the tunnel

WHAT WE OFFER:

  • Aqua Paws underwater treadmill unit

  • Hydrotherapy

  • Laser, Electrical Muscle Stimulation (EMS), Ultrasound

  • Therapeutic Exercise, Manual Therapy to restore range of motion

  • Myofascial Release

  • Rehabilitation by a certified canine practitioner

  • Rehab assessment, education, and counseling to enable owners to become better stewards of their pets

  • Detailed evaluations and progress notes

  • Communication with your Veterinarian

 

 

 

OUR PRACTICE IS EXPANDING!

15 years ago small animal surgeons believed the best way for dogs to recover from orthopedic or back surgery was to crate rest them for an extended period of time, but that attitude has changed over the past the past ten years. By the 1990s interest in the field of canine rehabilitation had begun to grow. In part this was due to scientific research being conducted at university veterinary schools all over the world, demonstrating the effectiveness of rehabilitation for treating dogs and improving their recovery. As more of these evaluations have been published in scientific journals, and as veterinarians have seen the positive effect rehabilitation can have on dogs recovering from surgery, the practice has begun to gain credibility. Public awareness has also played a role in the growth of canine rehabilitation. Pet owners have become better educated and realize there are options available now for dogs who are elderly, arthritic, recovering from surgery, or suffering from a degenerative disease. More and more pet owners are turning to their veterinarians requesting these services, and as a result, veterinarians have begun to learn more about this field and have also begun to partner with physical therapists to care for their canine patients.

Since opening our doors in 2006 Tails of Rye has seen significant growth. In order to accommodate our clients and to make our services available to more dogs in need of physical therapy, we have added another treatment room, a heated pool, and have hired a second therapist. In the office we have April Gregg who provides office and computer support, greets our canine clients, and hands out the welcome biscuits. Behind the scenes is Donna Child, manager of Tails of Rye and owner of the adjoining Seacoast Fitness Studio.

Sailor on the Treadmill
Sailor walking on the treadmill
in the hydrotherapy tank
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Dimitra helping Sampson
on the Bosu Ball
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Dimitra giving a hand to Wally
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Tails of Rye Canine Rehabilitation
675 Wallis Road
Rye, NH 03870
603.379.2099
info@tailsofrye.com

 

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Tails of Rye Canine Rehabilitation is a state of the art rehabilitation center that offers Aqua Paws underwater treadmill, manual therapy, hydrotherapy, myofascial release, therapeutic exercise, aquatic therapy, joint mobilization, ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation and other modalities provided by a certified canine practitioner in the Seacoast Area of New Hampshire. Services are available with a referral from your veterinarian or veterinary specialist. Detailed information can be obtained by clicking on the Menu links or calling 603-379-2099.