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We strongly believe that our pets are irreplaceable family members who give us unconditional love. They therefore deserve nothing less than the best possible care.
At Fitdog we practice animal physiotherapy with love and compassion.
Our mission at Fitdog is to give your pet the highest possible standard of care in a fear free environment. Fitdog is the first ‘Fear Free®’ certified Animal Physiotherapist in the Benelux! Fear free meaning that we will not use forced restraint, but that we work with respect and empathy to make the dog feel as comfortable as possible. We also strive to educating the dog owners amongst others by organising regular seminars.
In addition, and unique in Luxembourg and the greater region, we are a fully Certified Canine Fitness Trainer, thereby offering Fitness for conditioning and injury prevention for dogs of all ages, puppies to seniors and household pets to sporting or working dogs.Critical to the quality of care is our own ongoing education of the highest quality, for which we will go abroad frequently to learn from the internationally best and most renowned in this field.
At Fitdog we help keep your pet mobile as a Fit Dog is a Happy Dog!
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We have an online booking system that allows you conventiently choose the time and date that best suits you for your appointment. Of course, you can also still book via Email or Phone.
Please do contact us however if you would not find an appoinment that works for you on the system, as we will try our best to accommodate you! If possible please book repeat treatments as much in advance as you can as this will allow you a greater choice of appointments and a reduced waiting time.
Conditions where Physiotherapy
can help your pet
- Osteoarthritis and arthritic changes
- Dysplasia of hip, elbow ..
- Post Operative Orthopaedic cases such as cruciate ligaments, hip and elbow surgery, fractures…
- Post Operative Neurological cases such as Herniated Disks…
- Partial or whole limb Amputations
- Tendon, Ligament, nerve and muscle damage
- Limping and Gait Abnormalities
- Pre-Surgery conditioning and strengthening
- Sport injuries
- Weight Management
- Relaxation Massage