Canine Conditions Treated

PEMF is used to treat a wide range of conditions affecting small animals and is widely received not only because of its efficacy, but also for the extreme ease of delivery. Respond Systems’ PEMF products are designed for the patient to either lay on or be wrapped in the PEMF device for a passive, 30+ minute treatment.

We have heard time and time again how the animals seek out the PEMF beds and have a tendency to nod off as their circulation increases and their pain and inflammation decrease.

PEMF has been used for decades to treat a variety of conditions and is non-pharmaceutical and has no side effects.

Basic treatment protocols are provided with each of our PEMF systems but you will find that treatments vary based on factors such as:

  • Age of Animal
  • Fitness/Health Level including other conditions, medications, stress level, diet, weight and more
  • Age of Injury
  • Daily Routine
  • External factors including travel, competition and stressors

One young dog recovering from cruciate surgery may respond best to a 30-minute PEMF Bed treatment on a 5pps setting whereas an older dog recovering from the same surgery but with chronic arthritis in the hips may find the using the PEMF Bed for one-hour on a 10pps setting works most efficiently for pain and movement.

Respond Systems will work with you to help determine the best treatment protocol for you and your animal’s needs. We encourage you to contact us anytime, whether you have had our PEMF system for one-day or 10-years, with questions or for recommendations.


PEMF can help reduce inflammation and pain in addition to accelerate healing.

PEMF can be used either as a preventative to injury, especially for animals involved in sport, or to treat specific conditions such as:

  • Arthritis
  • Tendon and Ligament Tears
  • Joint Conditions
  • Neurologic Injuries
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Degenerative Joint Disease
  • Degenerative Myelopathy
  • Fresh and Delayed Union Bone Fractures
  • Stiffness and Muscle Soreness
  • Post Op ACL surgery