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Optimal health is your journey...

We all have pets for different reasons. Each person and family has a unique relationship with their pets.

But we all want our pets to be

happy and healthy

Sometimes, things go wrong in our pets' lives. When this happens, we need a partner to help us and our pets get back on track again.

At PetFit, we provide you with the support you need to achieve your pet's health,

well-being and fitness goals

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What We Offer:

K9 Yoga Classes

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Gym Sessions

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Online Coaching


Physio Treatments




Carpal Ligament Injury


When Aura leapt over the barrier to go see what exciting thing was happening out there, she did not stop to see that she was actually on a second floor balcony. The diagnosis was torn ligaments in the back of her paw. 


Patella Luxation


Patellar luxation is one of the most common orthopedic conditions in dogs, diagnosed in 7% of puppies. The condition affects primarily small dogs, including Boston Terriers


Cruciate Ligament Repair


The Cruciate Ligament in the dog's knee is very important for keeping the knee stable during movement. In an unstable knee, arthritis will develop rapidly, resulting in pain and disability.

How does the process work?

It starts with a 

Because everyone's situation is unique, each person and their pet will have challenges that are different from what someone else is experiencing.

The process of getting better begins by exploring exactly where you and your pet are on your wellness journey, and where you want to be. That enables us to help you map out the best way to achieve your goals.

Your pet is included in the

conversation by means of a

full physical assessment

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What happens next?

Each pet starts his/her rehab journey at a different starting point, but the goal for every individual pet is to guide them on their wellness journey to a point where they can thrive.


At PetFit, we use the Wellness Roadmap Traffic Light to determine at which point of your pet's journey he/she is, and what we need to do to get to the next level. The PINK light at the top of our Traffic Light indicates that your pet has reached the Wellness Goals that we set at the start of the process.  

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Where to find us?

10 Berger Road
Vorna Valley

Some of our services are also available online. Please contact us to find out more

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