Madison was blind and could no longer walk. Bubba was burned and Reisling had its ears cut off while chained. For pets who have been abused, injured and have physical and neurological difficulties, PetPT was created for them. Dr. Russell Howe-Smith felt that these animals and many others needed so much more to address these issues and in a small strip mall in Cherry Hill, NJ he created this healing haven providing compassionate and soothing care, "Our goal is to provide our patients with the best possible quality of life. We work to maximize the physical and emotional condition of our patients and to provide a comfortable caring community for our clients. We believe that the relationship between pet and owner is, at its best, a source of infinite joy and pleasure. It can, however, be damaged by the extremes of chronic pain and disease. Our practice exists to protect and nurture that bond by providing the best possible care for our patients and the most compassionate support for their families.", the owners and staff of PetPT truly embody this.
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