Pet Rehabilitation Center

(916) 789-7722 


[email protected] 

 

           

 

The Largest Pet Rehabilitation Center in Placer County!!

Sierra Ranch Pet Rehabilitation Center offers state-of-the-art physical rehabilitation for pets in need. Our 7000sq.ft. indoor/outdoor facility is equipped with class IV laser therapy, electrical stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound, dry treadmill, underwater treadmills, a cavaletti rail course, sand pit, and various exercise equipment.

We structure our rehabilitation sessions to achieve maximum results for each individual patient while keeping in mind their limitations. The center has a very mellow, calming atmosphere that soothes even the most nervous patient while encouraging healing.

Our team is highly qualified and focused on the needs of each individual patient. We are trained in all aspects of physical rehabilitation including wheelchair fitting, harnesses, limb stability equipment, nutritional care, joint supplements, degenerative myelopathy DNA testing, post-surgical rehab boarding, balance equipment and home exercise programs. 

 

Our Facility Offers:

  • Underwater Treadmills
  • Electrical Stimulation
  • Dry Treadmill
  • Therapeutic Class IV Laser
  • FitPAWS Balance Equipment
  • Ultrasound Therapy
  • Platelet Rich Plasma 
  • Wheelchair Fitting
  • Post-Surgery Rehab Boarding

 

Our Team Includes:

  • Cathy Piche’ our Certified Rehabilitation Practitioner and Registered Veterinary TechnicianCathy is originally from the Fresno area. Graduated from Western College of Allied Health Career in Sacramento California in 1981 as a Registered Veterinary Technician. She has since worked in daytime practice, emergency medicine, and critical care hospitals. She also was an instructor at San Joaquin Valley College for Veterinary Technician Program for two years. Cathy also worked as a surgery coordinator for the Central valley since 2004 to 2014. Coordinating for two Boarded Veterinary Surgeons.In 2004, she also completed her BA in Management and OrganizaGonal Development at Fresno Pacific University.She also has completed her Certification in Canine Rehabiliation at the University of Tennessee in 2007. Currently Cathy has been the lead Canine Rehabilitation Practioner for UC Davis Veterinary Teaching Hospital since May 2014. In August 2015 she lectured for the Veterinary Technician Back to School conference.Cathy is the mother of three, two of which are in college and youngest is enlisted in the Army. A few of her personal hobbies include Pilates and aerobics instructor. and endurance racing. She also enjoys coming home to her two French bulldogs, which keep her very busy. 
  • Dr. Rebecca Williams
  • Nichole
  • Dylan
  • Melissa