Rehabilitation and fitness for pets in Georgia.
If your pet is recovering from surgery, suffering from pain, or simply not fit enough to enjoy life, BluePearl Pet Rehab + Fitness can help. Formerly known as Georgia Veterinary Rehabilitation (GVR), we are a state-of-the-art veterinary rehabilitation hospital located at 1230 Johnson Ferry Place in Marietta, just north of Atlanta. Pets benefit greatly from rehabilitation, just like people.
Animal rehabilitation in Marietta, GA.
Our experienced team of veterinarians, vet technicians and support staff work closely together to provide the comprehensive, compassionate care your pet needs and deserves.
BluePearl Pet Rehab + Fitness utilizes the latest techniques in Western and Eastern medicine to provide optimal, compassionate care in a state-of-the-art facility. We improve physical health, fitness, injury recovery, pain management and overall quality of life for our clients’ companion and performance animals.
Our patients are dogs, cats and other small animals who come to us for many reasons. Some come after surgery for relief from pain and to speed recovery. Others come to lose weight, improve conditioning, regain mobility or improve balance.
Caring for your pets is our passion. Meet our team of veterinary specialists here to help you and your pet.
About our specialty pet hospital.
We were the first veterinary clinic in the Southeast to install an indoor heated SwimEx resistance pool, which allows dogs to move their limbs fully without bearing weight on them. We also have underwater treadmills and two gyms that offer plenty of room in which to work with your pet and observe their natural gait. Both gyms are outfitted with everything needed for therapeutic exercise, including steps, ramps wobble boards, exercise balls and more.
Pet stretching and strengthening videos.
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When Dr. Orenbuch sent me the video of his first steps, I cried tears of absolute joy. Quasi has been trying and working so hard, he deserves the reward of movement. Today, he is functionally independent, exercising and taking 15 minute walks every day- continuously showing improvement. His personality now shines through again, which signals to me he is feeling much better as well. — Rita
Read the full story of Quasi’s journey to walk again.