Thankful for good clients at Horse 'n Hound PT
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🌱 🌿  We are Growing! 🌿 🌱
Happy to offer NEW Monday Hours, 10am-2pm
And. we have hired another Physical Therapist, Jeff Woodward, DPT!

Welcome Jeff to the team!

Pet of the Month

Coming next month: BUDDY! Spared from CCL surgery success story!!!

We are so excited for our client Sarah Power and her dachshunds, we have to share...
Neptune earned his CPE C-ATE and C-10 10,000 lifetime points titles this weekend (qualified in 10 of 11 runs too!) And.. 
Pearl (black and tan age 10) earned her Level 3 title
Rave (red longhair age 3) earned her Level 1 title
Kira (red wire age 3) earned her Level 1 title
Sarah completed 29 runs combined between the 4 dogs and qualified in 20 of them, 5 new titles.

What a weekend!!🐶

November Specials:
10% off services
for your senior dog

(~8+ or call for more info)

Nov 7-30, 2016

(Gift Certificates make
great Holiday gifts!)


This Saturday: Nov 5th! 
Come visit the HnHPT staff
for lots of free give-a-ways!!
the Expo@the Dome
(booth #506) in Milford, NH

The Southern NH Expo showcases the best of
the region’s businesses and services

ONE HORSE SLOT LEFT! - Register for Equine Stifle Clinic Now
Is your horse having problems with hind end weakness,
dropping out from behind, hind hoof toe drag, or been diagnosed with intermittent upward fixation of patella and stifle weakness?

If so, come to our long-awaited & requested...

Stifle & Hind End Impulsion Clinic 

Sunday, November 20th
1 horse slot available @$200,
10 audit slots available @$35

Stifle Rehabilitation - not just for stifle problems, but also rehab for horse’s lacking hind end impulsion. 

Common conditions associated to the stifle include degenerative joint disease or osteoarthritis; osteochondral fragmentation, either traumatic or due to a failure of endochondral ossification known as osteochondritis dissecans lesions; subchondral bone cysts;  meniscal and cruciate ligament tears, patellar and collateral desmitis and intermittent upward fixation of patella. 

When horses have a distal limb injuries or back pain they decondition through out, mostly in the haunches, due to prolonged stall rest and inactivity. Decline of haunch muscle strength leads to further decline of  the hind end function, which can frequently lead to conditions of intermittent fixation of the patella. 

This clinic will address:      

  • review of stifle anatomy, 
  • pathological conditions, 
  • methods of veterinary medicine and physical therapy interventions, 
  • Rehabilitation emphasis of what owners can do to help their horse recover from injury and surgery, with hands on methods of controlled exercise program starting with joint range of motion, stretching exercises, on to progressive strengthening program towards ridden work.

Physical therapy (PT) treatment is focused on healing of injury, reducing pain and returning the animal to function.  PT is largely focused on owner education and empowerment for them to treat their horse directly with the approaches they learn from this clinic.

Need animal physical therapy products (harnesses, strengthening equipment, booties) for the upcoming indoor months?

Check out our Product Page
Laser Therapy
Horse 'n Hound has essentially “brought [our dog] back to life”.
After seeing the obvious benefits of the weekly laser HNHPT,
we purchased our own laser treatment device. This has proven to be an excellent investment – because of our ability to provide frequent laser therapy
to sore joints & muscles, we’ve been able to manage pain without the need for any drugs or medications. We continue regular exercise at home, using the exercise techniques that HnHPT provided to us.
  -- a satisfied customer, David & Rebecca Fuller
Therapeutic Services
Initial Evaluation
Therapeutic Exercise Instruction
Therapeutic Ultrasound
Home Exercise Program Prescription
Hydrotherapy in UWTM
Core Strengthening Programs
Pool Swim Sessions
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!!!



288 South Merrimack Road
Hollis, New Hampshire 03049


10am-2pm Mon
10am-7pm Tues/Thur
9am-7pm Wed
9am-5pm Fri 
10am-2pm Sat

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Horse 'n Hound Physical Therapy (formerly ERS) · 288 South Merrimack Road · Hollis, New Hampshire 03049 · USA