Kindred Canines In Motion (KIM)
The KIM Program is a non-profit 501c3 with a unique mission: Through mobile, in-home veterinary care, support will be provided to disabled Americans, homebound elderly, and American veterans who depend on an assistance animal to live active, productive lives. The KIM Program’s objectives are prioritized to help these assistance animals stay active and “in motion” by providing wellness care and therapeutic techniques, prolonging their ability to serve the individuals who rely on them.
North American Veterinary Conference
Some of our Services
Integrated Wellness Exams
Kindred-Canines In Motion strongly believes in preventive care and have developed wellness protocols for every stage of your Service/Assistance Animals life.
The cold laser therapy has been used by professional athletes to get them pain-free and back in the game faster. Now, we can use this technology for our Service and Assistance Animals
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy treats symptoms, slows the disease, decreases pain and consumption of pain medications, and repairs some or most of the damaged tissue.
Dr. Joyce Gerardi is a trained TCVM Practitioner and she can help your assistance or service animal overcome a variety of diseases through the powers of Acupuncture.
There is truth to the old saying: “food is the medicine you take every day.” Dr. Joyce Gerardi has dedicated a great deal of time studying the best foods to use for disease patterns.
Chinese Veterinary herbs can be used to treat most conditions recognized by conventional medicine. They can be used alone or combined with other therapies for an enhanced effect.