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PET of the MONTH

Jennifer Brooks, PT, MEd, CERP, CCRP, works with Jean and Sid LaPoint on hind limb and core strength.

My elderly pointer SID, who has been my buddy and companion for ten years had to suffer through my move from a house where he had enjoyed free range on a third of an acre lot for his entire life.  Our veterinarian always shook his head and said "he is such an amazing athlete and he just loves life".  Well, in order to sell the house Sid was restricted to a smaller and smaller running area and honestly he became depressed. He had suffered some chronic tendon issues (gastroc tears) in his hocks years earlier, and then at doggy day care he seriously damaged his knee (CCL sprain). The final insult was when I moved him to my new tiny condo in the city.  By that time he had lost so much muscle mass in his hind limbs, that his backside was just protruding bones.  

His ears were down. He limped along holding one leg tucked under his belly.  The vet, at this point called him an orthopedic nightmare. He said Sid needed CCL surgery but the recovery would put too much strain on the leg with the tendon issues. I spent a small fortune on a leg brace that just caused rub sores. The vet actually uttered the "E" word at one visit (euthanasia). Sid was on a cocktail of pain killers and drugs.

Then my dog walker [Christine Wharton of Lickity Split Pet Care Services] told me about Horse ’n Hound Physical Therapy. We started attending in October 2016. They've have had him on the underwater tread mill and stretching/massaging/strength training exercises coupled with cold laser light therapy. Sid has made a complete turn around in six months and (knock on wood) I believe we may have avoided surgery of his CCL injury, due to the tremendous strength gains he has made. He has all 4 feet back on the ground and loves his leash walks and playing with toys. He also loves it when we pull into the clinic! I have my happy elderly athlete back and I couldn't be more ecstatic with his pain-free mobility,  and neither could Sid actually. Thank you Jen and everyone at Horse 'n Hound! 🐶
         ~ Jean LaPoint & Sid

See Sid on video here!

If you enjoy our Pet of The Month success stories,
you can go to our
Testimonial Page to read more!

Sid at home ▶︎

😊 We've been busy! 😊

▶︎Eddie's Wheels came in to show us their custom dog carts.
The Doggie Roller Derby was great fun to see. 

Doggies ready to strut their stuff
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▶︎New Hampshire Vet Tech Association 

presented a booked-solid Continuing Education brunch February 26th on the subject of Animal Physical Therapy, presented by Jennifer Brooks, PT.


Jennifer Brooks, PT, MEd, CERP, CCRP, teaches the latest in Animal Physical Therapies to NH vet techs


Facility available for RENT: if you have an interest in hosting an event at HnHPT, please contact Owner of HnHPT, Jennifer Brooks: jen@hnhpt.com

Healthy Pets NH

▶︎hosted  a CPR Class on March 4th

to benefit Peace and Paws Dog Rescue!

HnHPT's marketing manager Kelly Callahan learns canine recessitation

HnHPT's vet tech Melina LaBonte brought her dog Fallon,
who let us find the elusive canine pulse
📅 UPCOMING EVENTS:       🐴  🐴  🐴


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- 6 hour Sunday class

$50 Audit spots available - CALL TODAY!!!
We are hosting an


Come learn all you can do to help your horse recover from back pain.

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- 6 hour Sunday class


Champ the Goat visits HnHPT
HnHPT office manager Lori Lindgren is
always happy to greet our clients!

Champ the Goat came to see us for ideas on positioning and bracing his rear legs.

To see more about Champ the Goats journey, visit:
ACUPUNCTURE services now at HnHPT!

1- Reduce pain
2- Reduce inflamation

3- Regenerate nerves

We are happy to bring her services to our clinic!
Call to make an appointment and see her website to learn more.

LeeAnn Toolan
Dr. LeeAnn Toolan, DVM, Acupuncturist

Laser Therapy
Horse 'n Hound has essentially “brought Rascal back to life”.
After seeing the obvious benefits of the weekly laser treatments...at HNHPT,Rascal's Laser Therapy
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.
  -- submitted by satisfied customers, David & Rebecca Fuller
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
  • 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-3pm Sat

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