"Retku has been in the cryo cabin once, and she seemed to be a bit uncomfortable during the treatment. However, this particular treatment is great because he can be very difficult to treat as he does not allow other people to touch him.
The Vet°Cryo™ is very well suited for dogs like him, even though Retku himself doesnt know how to appreciate it yet. After the first treatment, the muscles and limbs were clearly loosened up, and we have also gotten help for his very tight and sore shoulder blades."
-Minna Tero, Owner.
"Bixi has been twice in cryo cabin and suffers from hip dysplacia. After the first treatment the mobility of Bixi's back leg has improved. She used to limp quite a bit with her legs. Now, after two treatments Bixi can already take proper steps with her back legs and she also likes to run more when we are jogging together.
Before we started cryotherapy she used to have to sit down and take breaks during our walks, but recently I have found myself trying to keep up with her instead."
-Carita Väärtinen, Owner
"The first cryo dog in the world to ever try the Vet°Cryo™. After a couple of treatments Raipe was already a professional using the cryo cabin. He knew how to go in and leave, and one time he even tried to run back inside the cabin.
Raipe really seems to be enjoying the treatments, and noticing himself that the cabin is helping him. The stiffness of Raipe's muscles together with the limited mobility in his rear legs loosen up clearly after one treatment. He has had surgery in both knees due to OC/OCD. Cryotherapy has definitely been a great help for Raipe."
-Minna Tero, Owner
"Besser has been four times in the cryo cabin, and has suffered for many years from osteoarthritis in the back right leg and spondylosis. After the second treatment he has started to stretch his sore back leg that he has not stretched out in a few years.
He also enjoys rolling on his back more, which he also hasnt done that often. His fur has thickened noticeably and gotten softer. After we started cryotherapy his skin on the back is much looser than before."
-Virpi Laamanen, Owner.
"Elli has broken her unterior cruciate ligaments when she was 5 months old. We had to wait several months for the epiphyses to close before she could under go into surgery. After waiting for so long for the operation, and because the rear legs did not work normally, her whole body and mobility had deteriorated causing great strain on the back and front of her legs.
Cryotherapy has been an excellent treatment for Elli because at the same time she was getting all these benefits from loosening up the front and back muscles, she also got relief from years of knee pains caused by inflammations."
-Elina Kervinen, Owner.