Paws in Motion 

Making Pets Fit for Life

Hong Kong's first dedicated pet physical therapist
We come to your home to treat your pet in their own environment, to ensure a comfortable and stress free meeting.

What we do

Pet Physical Therapy and Nursing

Paws in Motion offers a mobile home visit service for Hong Kong clients.
We offer Veterinary Physiotherapy and Nursing services to dogs, cats, rabbits and even exotic pets!

Post-surgical patients

Post-surgical repair of joint problems such as cruciate rupture, total hip replacement, osteoarthritis, joint dysplasia, fracture repair, soft tissue trauma of the muscles, tendons and ligaments.

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Neurologically impaired animals

Rehabilitation is aimed at helping the nerves regenerate by utilising their ability to reorganise and adapt, known as neuroplasticity.

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Paws Motion offers a mobile home visit service for Hong Kong clients.

Elderly and arthritic pets

Massage therapy, heat therapy, laser and electromagnetic field therapy are very therapeutic for our geriatric pets that need that extra care as they age gracefully.

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Athletic pets

Canine sports medicine is a rapidly growing field, as we learn the importance of keeping our pets fit and strong to prevent injury.

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Obese Animals

The risks of obesity in pets are well known: heart disease, diabetes, joint arthritis and short lifespan. Weight management guidance is key to keeping your pet healthy.

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Arrange physiotherapy for your pet direct with us

Our rehabilitation therapist and veterinary surgeon, Dr Jane McNae, is happy to take on new patients and assess their needs, even if they are not under current veterinary care. Sometimes, if further tests or treatment are needed, we may need to refer you back to your family veterinarian (or will happily recommend a clinic if you do not have a regular vet), for assessment.

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Arrange veterinary nurse care for your pet

Our qualified veterinary nurses are happy to provide veterinary nursing care and advice at home for your pet. Your family veterinarian will be updated after your pet’s veterinary nurse consultation. Please note that veterinary nurses are not legally able to diagnose your pet’s condition or prescribe medications.

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Latest Blogs

Stages of osteoarthritis and conservative management

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative disease, which means that it gets progressively worse. How advanced is osteoarthritis in your dog, cat or rabbit? Your pet’s stage of arthritis will determine the steps you can take to alleviate their pain.

IS my pet in pain?

Our pets are not furry humans- they use their own, non-vocal ways to communicate pain. Read on for some tips for recognising pain in your pets

Stifle Braces - an alternative to surgery

When surgery is not possible, Paws in Motion can help in the treatment of painful Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) tears with the fitment of a uniquely created stifle orthoses (dog knee braces) to provide support and stability.