Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation

Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation Veterinary Rehabilitation and fitness for dogs and cats. Large gym with exercise equipment and 2 underwater treadmills. Laser, acupuncture, and massage.
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Hours by appointment. Other hours available by request.

04/21/2020

We have recently been having trouble with our landline failing, usually in association with the bad storms tripping the power. If you have called and not heard back please contact us again. We do have the mobile number at 803-646-1180 that you can call or text. You may also reach out here on facebook or email us at [email protected]. We apologize for any inconvenience and are working on finding a solution.

04/17/2020

Update on what we are doing to accommodate our clients and patients during this time of uncertainty.

Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation New COVID-19 Policies

Safety for you and our team is # 1 priority.

Call 1(803)- 226-0012 when you arrive in the parking lot.
We would like you to remain in your vehicle.

We will come out and speak with you about your animal’s appointment. We will do outdoor treatments, as much as possible, if appropriate.

We would like to recommend a drop off appointment, so if you have an errand to run, you may do so.

The inside of the clinic will remain limited to APFR staff, and pre screened animals, with a previously scheduled appointment.

We will use a mixture of Tea Tree and Thieves ( cinnamon, clove, eucalyptus, rosemary,
and lemon) essential oils disinfectant spray on your
pet’s coat going into the clinic, and again when leaving.

Up until this point, we have made every effort, to reduce risk of exposure, with people and their animals.

At this time, we are in alignment with the CDC and AVMA recommendations, most recently updated.

Thank you for your patience and compliance moving forward.

Today is Diego's first birthday! Our clients know what a great office assistant he is! Unfortunately we are celebrating ...
04/08/2020

Today is Diego's first birthday! Our clients know what a great office assistant he is! Unfortunately we are celebrating in quarantine right now, instead of at the clinic. But don't worry, he is getting plenty spoiled and will be back when it is safe! 🎂🥳🐈🎉

One patient at a time. One hour at a time. One day at a time. Stay safe, hydrated, get fresh air, listen to good music, ...
03/21/2020

One patient at a time.
One hour at a time.
One day at a time.
Stay safe, hydrated, get fresh air, listen to good music, and love one another. We will get through this, one day at a time.

We LOVE our clients and patients so much. We appreciate the elevated awareness of the virus at this time. In extended ef...
03/18/2020

We LOVE our clients and patients so much. We appreciate the elevated awareness of the virus at this time. In extended efforts to keep ALL PARTIES as LOW RISK as possible we have made the following changes:

1. Reduced the schedule to seeing patients 1 at a time. The very first appointment times of the day are allocated for high risk individuals. Also, during afternoon we close to clean and reopen at 5pm-8.
The 5pm appointment will be available for high risk clients.

2. We are staying positive. We have Disinfected and closed down the gym, restroom in the gym, and the 2 exam rooms in the gym.

3. We are limiting traffic to the:
Front entrance, the client lobby has been reduced to 2 chairs, 6 feet apart.
Hydrotherapy room.
Front exam room has been minimized to essential items.
Outside lawn. We are staying positive.

4.When the weather is nice we will be doing some treatments outside with fresh air. Sunshine and fresh air is good medicine.

5. We will be disinfecting continuously. Before, during, and after. The safety of our staff and clients is number one priority.

6. Essential oil diffusers are running with Tea Tree Oil.Tea tree oil is used for its anti bacterial, anti viral, anti fungal properties.

We are staying positive. We made these adjustments and want to thank you again for this incredible community support.

03/18/2020

In an effort to minimize risk of COVID19 transmission we are seeing patients 1 at a time. We are wiping down surfaces, door handles, bathrooms, etc after each appointment. We do a more detailed clean during our lunch, as well as the end of the day, therefore reducing the risk of transmission.

We are scheduling higher risk ( immune compromised, immune suppressed,very young or elderly) clientele first at 7:30, 8, 8:30 am or at 5 pm.This gives us the opportunity to fully disinfect the clinic. We appreciate your support and consideration during this time.

Yours and our safety is our first priority. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to call.

1(803)-226-0012

[email protected]

Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation's first priority is creating a safe environment for both its patients and their hum...
03/14/2020
Companion animal care guidelines

Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation's first priority is creating a safe environment for both its patients and their humans. We are continuing our animal husbandry protocols in alignment with the companion animal care guide provided by the AVMA.

https://www.avma.org/policies/companion-animal-care-guidelines.

We follow the recommended cleaning guidelines from the CDC for keeping the workplace safe. For complete information follow link to
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

We value the well being of all persons and animals. That being said, please help our elderly clients, immunocomprimised, immunosuppressed, and those with children, by calling our office to reschedule your pet’s appointment if you’re exhibiting any respiratory symptoms.

We’re continuing to monitor recommendations made by state and local officials and will act accordingly.

Also, According to the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), “no animals in the United States have been identified with the virus, and there is no evidence that dogs or other pets can contract or spread COVID-19.”

Diego also got to meet Henrietta, and wasn't quite sure what to make of her!😄
03/04/2020

Diego also got to meet Henrietta, and wasn't quite sure what to make of her!😄

Photo credit Jess Sharp-Miner Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation@PetAikenWe love thinking outside of the box! Out of t...
03/03/2020

Photo credit Jess Sharp-Miner

Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation
@PetAiken
We love thinking outside of the box! Out of the treat box that is.
Heinrich loves his Hen, so his owner called ahead to ask if she could bring his chicken to the appointment.
We jumped at the opportunity.
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#caninerehab

02/29/2020

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Sometimes we have to get creative to help our patients! Deku stretches better when he is warm, so we covered him in warm...
02/25/2020

Sometimes we have to get creative to help our patients! Deku stretches better when he is warm, so we covered him in warm towels during his session with Elizabeth. Look at that smiling face!
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02/23/2020

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02/23/2020

Meet Dr.Eva Bogner.

Dr. Bogner concurrently works at Aiken Veterinary Clinic, in general practice. She received her undergrad and veterinary education at NC State. She chose the University of Tennessee , to continue her expertise in Veterinary Rehabilitation. She treats overweight dogs and cats, pets recovering from surgery and sports injuries, and those undergoing treatment for arthritis, chronic pain and neurological disorders. She has a specialty in Veterinary acupuncture and veterinary Chinese medicine from the prestigious Chi Institute. Dr. Eva also has a passion for reptiles. In her free time, Dr. Eva and her husband Geoffrey, love finding new places to enjoy craft beer and music festivals. They just moved into their new home, only a few short miles away from the clinic. Together they share 3 cats, a tortoise, and a new vizsla puppy.

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02/23/2020

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02/23/2020

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02/23/2020
02/23/2020
Meet Dr. Bogner.
02/23/2020

Meet Dr. Bogner.

Husbandry is such an important job in the role of a Veterinary Technician. We have patients that are freshly postoperati...
02/14/2020

Husbandry is such an important job in the role of a Veterinary Technician.
We have patients that are freshly postoperative, some have sores from an injury, and some are immunocompromised.

It is so imperative that we keep patients clean, dry, and comfortable.

As part of a complete deep clean effort, the beds, foam and all go to the laundromat to maintain proper sanitation, then sun bleached to dry.
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02/11/2020

Are you a DOG person or a CAT person?

02/11/2020

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02/10/2020

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02/09/2020

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02/08/2020

It's Satiety Saturday! Lets talk hunger games. If your pup is circling the food bowl early, consider breaking up dinner portion in half and feed a lunch. You can add frozen vegetables if your mate likes a crunchy option without the additional calories. Talk to us about a tailored meal plan just for your pal.

02/07/2020

It's Friends Friday!
Share a favorite picture of your BestFurryFriend in the comment section below. You might see someone you know.

02/06/2020

Let's Celebrate Therapy Thursday!
Your pet can get in the zone, at our full service fitness and rehabilitation GYM!
Let us help you and your pet get ready for your next hunt trial, agility course, or work on functional fitness.
We have a number of different obstacles to walk over. We practice gait training over small cavelleties, and combine core strength training, with our inflatable fit paws products.

02/05/2020

Get Wet Wednesdays!
Spring is right around the corner, help your dog or cat feel their best going into the warmer months. Does your furry friend get too hot to take walks? If so, schedule your furry friend for our underwater therapy sessions!

For Total Care Tuesday, we want to highlight Dasuquin Advanced Chews. Dasuquin is a veterinary exclusive joint supplemen...
02/04/2020

For Total Care Tuesday, we want to highlight Dasuquin Advanced Chews.
Dasuquin is a veterinary exclusive joint supplement to aid in keeping your pet more comfortable, moving through the years.

You can pick up a bag at your next appointment.

We recommend this product, to bolster the comfort of the aging joints, of dogs and cats, in any life stage.
Dasuquin Advanced contains
NMX1000®▲ Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables (ASU)
FCHG49▲ Glucosamine Hydrochloride
TRH122®▲ Chondroitin Sulfate
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM)
Enhanced with manganese ascorbate; a proprietary blend containing: Boswellia serrata extract, NMXCC95®▲ Curcuma longa extract, Green tea extract (EGCG), and Alpha-lipoic acid; EPA; and DHA.
Each soft chew contains:
Ingredients Small to Medium Dogs Large Dogs
Glucosamine Hydrochloride▲ 99% 600 mg 900 mg
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) 400 mg 800 mg
Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate▲ 250 mg† 350 mg†
Proprietary Blend: Boswellia serrata extract (containing acetyl-11-keto-boswellic acid [AKBA]), Curcuma longa extract (containing curcuminoids), green tea extract (EGCG), and alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) 70 mg 140 mg
Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables▲ (ASU) Powder 45 mg‡ 90 mg‡
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 40 mg 55 mg
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 25 mg 30 mg
Manganese (as manganese ascorbate) 1 mg 3 mg▲ Dasuquin® Advanced contains FCHG49® Glucosamine, TRH122® Sodium Chondroitin Sulfate, NMX1000® Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables, and NMXCC95® Curcuma longa extract, proprietary veterinary researched specifications.

† Reported on a hydrous basis.

‡ Standardized to contain a minimum of 30% of avocado/soybean unsaponifiables. ASU, obtained from avocados and soybeans, helps protect cartilage and support joint function. The combination of Glu, CS and ASU was shown to be more effective than Glu and CS alone at inhibiting expression of several agents involved in cartilage breakdown.

02/03/2020

Is your Monday manic?
Are you juggling a busy week?
Afraid your BFF wont get the attention he/or she so deserves?
Schedule a drop off appointment for your buddy, let us do the work while you focus on you!

02/02/2020

Happy Sunday, Funday!
Adventure seekers want to know! For both mental and physical health, what do you do to break out of the routine with your animal? What do you do to mix it up with your Fuzzy co-pilot?
What are your favorite places to go explore with your BFF?
We love the strong bond that comes with a big day out!

02/01/2020

Are you planning a sweet date night for Valentines day with your truest love? Your dog??? or Cat.

If you said yes like me, schedule your sweetheart for an invigorating rehabilitation treatment.

A rehabilitation treatment includes a gentle massage, range of motion on joints, an underwater treadmill session, and a therapeutic laser treatment on a PEMF light therapy bed. Let us give cupid's little helper a true day at the spa.
call to schedule your appointment today and give back to your biggest fan!

803-226-0012

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Diego the cat takes his job as support staff very seriously.
Natural talent is he.
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Diego going through his daily check of all the gym equipment. Being a clinic cat is hard work! ...#aikenpetfitness #tuxe...
01/20/2020

Diego going through his daily check of all the gym equipment. Being a clinic cat is hard work!
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Address

307 Willow Run Rd
Aiken, SC
29801

General information

Veterinary Rehabilitation and fitness for dogs and cats. Improve recovery from surgery, injury, lameness and chronic pain. Conditioning for senior and athletic dogs. Veterinary directed weight management program. Large gym with fitness equipment and land treadmills, outdoor fitness trail, and two underwater treadmills.

Opening Hours

Tuesday 17:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 14:00
Wednesday 17:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 14:00
Friday 08:00 - 13:00
Saturday 08:00 - 13:00

Telephone

+18032260012

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Meet Our Team

Dr. Eva Bogner locked arms with Dr. Sybil Davis, founder of Aiken Pet Fitness and Rehabilitation, in the beginning of 2019. Dr. Davis sold her practice to Dr. Bogner, in preparation for her full retirement, in April of 2019.

Dr. Bogner concurrently works at Aiken Veterinary Clinic, in general practice. She received her undergrad and veterinary education at NC State. She chose the University of Tennessee , to continue her expertise in Veterinary Rehabilitation. She treats overweight dogs and cats, pets recovering from surgery and sports injuries, and those undergoing treatment for arthritis, chronic pain and neurological disorders. She has a specialty in Veterinary acupuncture and veterinary Chinese medicine from the prestigious Chi Institute. Dr. Eva also has a passion for reptiles. In her free time, Dr. Eva and her husband Geoffrey, love finding new places to enjoy craft beer and music festivals. They just moved into their new home, only a few short miles away from the clinic. Together they share 3 cats, a tortoise, and a new vizsla puppy.

Annette, is our most tenured licensed veterinary technician. She also holds a certification as a canine rehabilitation practitioner. The yearlong process included six in-depth courses at the University of Tennessee, and treating dogs with neurological and orthopedic problems. A part of her CCRP training, she completed her Internship requirements at Georgia Veterinary Rehabilitation Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

Annette, who assists Dr.Eva Bogner, graduated from North Augusta High School and received a degree in veterinary technology from Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton, S.C. She worked as a licensed veterinary technician, for Aiken Veterinary Clinic , from 1981 until 2010. In January 2011, she joined Dr. Davis, who founded Aiken Pet Fitness. She and her husband Don own Turnobout Farms, in Aiken. Annette was born with a passion for animals, particularly horses, and has shown Arabians for many years.

Elizabeth, the most recent to join the team, is a Georgia native. Elizabeth joined the team in June 2019, giving the clinic a fresh makeover, with new decor and paint. A North Springs High school graduate, 1999. She moved to Ft.Collins ,CO in 2002. She attended the Healing Arts Institute, located in Ft. Collins, CO with a 500 hr Massage Therapy certification in 2004. Changing gears in 2007, following the treatment of a neighbor’s horses injury, she was inspired to get the formal training at Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology, and was credentialed in 2009. Called to further her veterinary education, she completed her requirements at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, in 2014 to be a credentialed canine rehabilitation nurse. Like Annette, Elizabeth finished her internship at Georgia Veterinary Rehabilitation Center, in Atlanta, Ga. Elizabeth took her passion of yoga to the next level and finished a 200 hr training at Yoga Pod Ft. Collins, CO as a Registered Yoga Teacher in October of 2018. Anxious to move back to the south, she sold her house and drove to Aiken with her dogs in March 2019. Her horse Sam, a 28yr old OTTB and 14 yr old Donkey Job came in April. She will always be happiest in the saddle.

Jess, who joins us from Idaho, is Dr. Bogner’s veterinarian Assistant. Her gifts and passions extend into reptile rehabilitation and exotics education. Her bachelors degree is in Ecology from Augusta University. She and her husband Brian enjoy horror movies, spending quality time with their 4 cats, 2 dogs, a parrot, 5 snakes, a tortoise, 5 geckos, and a bearded dragon. Game night is also a cherished activity. Jess has worked a variety of jobs giving her a well rounded skill set. She loves photography, focusing on animal portraits. Jess is a natural at teaching. She also is a volunteer instructor, of environmental education classes, at Reed Creek Nature Park and Interpretive Center.

Diego is the clinic’s official greeter and office assistant. He prides himself on his ability to make friends with anyone, human or animal, who walks in the door. His passions include knocking pens off of the counter, stealing dog treats, giving kisses, and supervising the printer. Diego also enjoys the fact that he gets to work with his mom Jess (he is a bit of a momma’s boy), and then at the end of a long day he gets to go home and play with his many cat and dog siblings.

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***Still Missing 7/20/19 - Please Continue to Share*** been gone since the night of July 1. Walks with a limp, had a large tumor on his bottom jaw. Someone may have picked him up because he is so pitiful. #LOSTDOG #Ace #Blythewood (Picotee Ct & Primrose Dr) #SC 29016 #Richland Co. #Lost #Dog 07-01-2019 Male #Beagle - Black / White CONTACT Phone: (734) 787-1732 More Info, Photos and to Contact: https://www.helpinglostpets.com/petdetail/?id=2887370 To see this pet’s location on the HelpingLostPets Map: https://www.helpinglostpets.com/v2/?pid=2887370 Let's get Ace home! #HelpingLostPets
THIS DOG WAS LOST WHILE OWNER WAS TRAVELING FROM AIKEN TO CAMDEN. HE GOT OUT OF THE TRAILER SO HE CAN BE ANYWHERE IN BETWEEN THOSE LOCATIONS. ***Owner's FB profile*** https://www.facebook.com/cecilia.lezzani PHONE / EMAIL (917) 913-4459 [email protected]
Ronin enjoying his time in the underwater treadmill!:)
Sundance was ready for some fun walking in the underwater treadmill today!!:))
Thanks to Dr. Sybil Davis, our corgi, George, is now walking on his own after a disk problem suffered in October. We were able to stop using the rear support harness he has been living in since the problem occurred after his laser/acupuncture treatment today. We are so thankful for all that has been done for him.
Miracle Dog! Sweet Pea has been a quadriplegic since early October due to a disc protrusion in her neck. We have treated her for a month with acupuncture, laser, manual therapy, and neurologic retraining exercises in addition to changing some of her medication. Her Mom has devoted endless hours to her care and performing the stretching and home care exercises. Sweet Pea started crawling last week and walked into the clinic today! I had my doubts that she would ever walk again. I'm so lucky to be in such a rewarding profession. Miracles do happen!
Thanks for helping keep Conan mobile this past year so he was able to celebrate his 15th birthday today!
Rest in Peace my precious Dumplin'
Oh Dr. Davis. Lost my precious Dumplin Thursday night. Help me get the word out about these "Safe Rawhide Alternatives." We are devastated. I have to fight to stop this from happening again.