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What is


Dogosterone™ Therapy is a skilled treatment method that involves the injection of testosterone to increase your pet’s ability to get up and around.  It was developed by Dr. David Bieber after his Chocolate Lab, Bruno, became paralyzed in his hind legs due to a lower back disc herniation.  As a hormone, testosterone maintains both muscle mass and bone density, but dogs that have been neutered or spayed have absolutely none. Before treatment begins, a full evaluation of your pet is completed to determine if your pet is a candidate

Dog Owners

Is my dog a candidate

for Dogosterone Therapy?

·      Dog has been neutered or spayed.
·      Dogs that benefit the most from Dogosterone, exhibit or 

        suffer from:

·      Having a hard time getting up from a lying position        
·      Muscle atrophy
·      Hip dysplasia
·      Knuckling
·      Arthritis
·      Intravertebral Disc Disease

What Is Dogosterone

Patient Benefits

Dogosterone™ Therapy could potentially benefit the quality of life of all dogs that are either spayed or neutered; which makes up as much as 25% of all canines in the U.S. This therapy is beneficial for both patients and their owners, as it has been proven to add happy and healthy years to the canine’s lifespan.

How do I know if my dog is a candidate for Testosterone replacement therapy?

Dogosterone Therapy means:

·      Increased mobility
·      Ability to stand without assistance
·      Improved weight bearing
·      Increased strength and stamina
·      Increased jumping
·      Longer and better quality of life

Dogs of all sizes can qualify as candidates for this treatment.

Patient Benefits

Dr. David Bieber attended Syracuse University, where, after just two years, he was accepted to and later graduated from the University of Pisa veterinary school in Italy. While in Europe, Dr. Bieber worked with other veterinarians in Holland, Italy and Scotland for five years.

Upon returning to the United States, Dr. Bieber did internships at the prestigious University of Pennsylvania and the renowned Animal Medical Center in New York City.  He relocated to South Florida and worked for two years in veterinary emergency medicine and surgery.

In 1989, Dr. Bieber opened Sheridan West Animal Clinic, specializing in treating dogs, cats, reptiles and pocket pets.  Since 2009, Dr. Bieber has focused his practice on rehabilitation for canines and felines. This includes platelet-rich-plasma therapy (PRP), stem cell therapy, Class IV Laser Therapy, pain management, and of course . . . Dogosterone™ Therapy!

Meet Dr. Bieber

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