About Us

Molly Barber, AHT, RMLAT

When my dog injured her front wrist in 1998, I could not have predicted that my future would include creating (at the time) the first business specializing in custom-made braces and supports as well as offering wheelchairs for companion animals. Our years of success stories is a testament that pets can rehabilitate from their injuries and our products and services have greatly enhanced their recoveries. Feedback from owners has allowed us to constantly enhance our products and services.

“This has been a life long journey that I wouldn’t change a thing. I feel I am making a difference to each individual pet that we help!”

  • Age 16

    Accepted into Junior Agricultural Program

    The Junior Agricultural Program allowed applicants to indicate if they are pursuing a career in the animal field and are placed to work on a farm for the summer. Frequent visits back to assist during lambing season and general care for the variety of animals re-affirmed that Molly would spend her life helping animals

  • After Completing the Animal Health Technician Program

    The Turning Point

    Molly’s career has broadened through her many hands-on experiences. From the challenges of Emergency Veterinary Hospitals to regular practice and the compassion required for Shelter work. Molly then moved on to managing a Research Facility for the next 10+ years. At this point, she now faced two challenges; the facility she was working at was slated to close, and her own Golden Retriever sustained a carpal hyper-extension injury.

    After Completing the Animal Health Technician Program

  • Development of Canadian Animal Rehab Services 1998

    Realization Of A Need

    During this time off, Molly developed Canadian Animal Rehab Services. Consulting with her vet, then with many local practitioners and Orthopedic specialists, it was re-affirmed that there is a need for supportive products without all the bandaging materials, is easy to apply and remove, and can tolerate getting wet from the pet!

  • Today

    Further Education

    Molly has educated herself further by attending human bracing workshops/seminars, applying her knowledge and animal experience to incorporate the function and biomechanics to apply it for use on animals. Realizing the benefits Rehab products offer to pets, Molly furthered her education to include the Canine Rehabilitation program at the University of Tennessee


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