Kristin BurtonPT, DPT
Kristin is a Florida native, moving to Savannah in 2006 to play soccer for Armstrong Atlantic State University. After finishing her undergraduate degree in 2010, she then completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy in 2013 and took a position with St. Joseph’s Candler working on the inpatient rehab floor. At the hospital she worked with a largely geriatric caseload having a variety of diagnoses including post cardiac surgery, post stroke, and post orthopedic surgery. Kristin was excited to combine her love for physical therapy and her love for animals, which is why she started her training with the University of Tennessee to obtain her Canine Rehabilitation Certification. She is co-owner of Fetch Canine Rehab with her long time friend Dr. Jamie Baker and together they plan to create a family oriented work environment that will be a safe and fun space for your companions rehabilitation.
Dr. Burton and her German Shorthaired Pointer, Harper, enjoy outdoor activities(mostly running and Crossfit) and traveling to new places. As a former athlete she now enjoys playing adult league sports but spends more time watching sporting events from her home. Harper prefers this!
“I promise to work hard to provide quality care to ensure a better quality of life for your pet!”
Jamie is a Florida native moving to Savannah in 2005 to play soccer for Armstrong Atlantic State University. She attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine with her clinical year being completed at Louisiana State University(Geaux Tigers). Dr. Baker graduated and has been practicing Veterinary Medicine in Savannah since 2015. Jamie began relief services in the area with her first business(JC Baker DVM, LLC) and then took an associate position with Savannah Veterinary Emergency Clinic in 2017. Currently the Chief of Medicine with SVEC, Jamie enjoys the fast pace the ER brings. In addition to emergency medicine, she decided to further her training at the University of Tennessee to obtain her Canine Rehabilitation Certification as rehabilitation is one of her other interests. She continuously is furthering her training and is currently working towards both her veterinary rehabilitation certification and a pain management certification. With her long time friend Dr. Burton, she is co-owner of Fetch Canine Rehab. She is excited to be part of a family oriented work environment and to help create the safe and fun space for your companions rehabilitation.
Dr. Baker, her husband, and their daughter live on a small farm just outside of Savannah with their eclectic group of 30+ animals. In her free time she enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and boating. Numerous times a week you will also find her on the bike at CycleBar.
“I am committed to excellence in care with the goal of improved strength, mobility, and function.”