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It's A Tahoe Dog's Life

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Animal Physical Rehabilitation 

Tahoe pets lead unique and exciting lives. We take them everywhere with us and want them to keep going, well into their golden years. Physical rehabilitation (physical therapy for animals) is the science of movement. Pawesome PT in Stateline, Nevada specializes in finding solutions to your pet’s challenges to help them get the most out of life.


Whether your animal companion is a puppy with an injury, a kitten born with mobility challenges, a pet that had a surgery, a search and rescue dog that needs to stay in top shape, or your beloved pet that has been slowing down, our gentle and thorough approach will get the wagging tails, zoomies, purrs, and wiggles back to your furry loved one.

Physical Rehab Can Help With:

  • Post-Operative Recovery
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Arthritis (Mild to Severe, Hip/Elbow Dysplasia, Early or Chronic)
  • Abnormal Gait
  • Neck/Back Pain (Acute or Chronic)
  • Vertigo/Vestibular Disease
  • Orthopedic, Congenital, and Neurological Conditions
  • Working and Sporting Dog Fitness and Bodywork
    • Agility
    • Flyball
    • Barn Hunt
    • Nosework
    • Dock Diving
    • Lure Coursing
    • Treibball

Therapy Is Also Suited For: 

  • Senior Pets With Mobility Challenges and Pain
  • Overweight Pets
  • Pets Seeking Conservative Management Options
  • Pets in Need of Mobility Assistive Devices (Carts, Harnesses, Braces, Etc.)
  • Pets With an Injury or Trauma
  • Pets Seeking General Improvement in Quality of Life

Meet Dr. Jenny Moe

Dr. Jenny Moe is the only licensed animal physical therapist outside of Reno. She brings 16 years of expertise as a human physical therapist, with over 9 years specializing in animal physical rehab at a busy specialty practice in the San Francisco Bay Area.


Dr. Moe offers a creative and gentle approach to rehabilitating the most complicated orthopedic and neurologic cases, including wellness visits for both working and senior pets. She balances the patient and improves comfort before moving on to building strength and function. A body must be in good alignment and comfort in order to function optimally.


She also has extensive experience in manual therapy (including the John Barnes approach to myofascial release), craniosacral therapy, and traditional manual techniques. Dr. Moe brings a wealth of knowledge from her positions in both human and veterinary medicine.


She loves to work with cats and dogs. Dr. Moe believes therapy should be fun for both the patient and the family and encourages everyone to participate as much as possible.

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Educational Background 

Dr. Jenny Moe, PT, MS, DPT, CCRT, APT recently relocated to the Tahoe region from the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned her master’s and doctorate degree in physical therapy from Boston University. Dr. Moe had a wonderful time working in pediatrics but she fell in love with animal physical rehabilitation.

Achievements 

Dr. Moe expanded the rehab department at SAGE Veterinary Specialty centers and enjoyed working with veterinary specialists from all disciplines. She gained valuable experience in various cases.

After Clinic Hours

When she isn’t working in the clinic, Dr. Moe participates in Ironman triathlons and enjoys the wonders of the outdoors during training. She is excited to add cross-country skiing and snowshoeing to the dogs’ training regimen.


Dr. Moe has an Australian cattle dog named Murray, a cattle dog/hound called Miko, and three cats. Her husband has pets of his own, too! Dr. Moe looks forward to joining the Tahoe community and partnering with Dr. Carrie Turner at Heal Integrative Medicine to serve your beloved animal companions.

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