Dr. McCauley "Benefit of Rehab for Senior and Geriatric Dogs" podcast
Want to learn more about the benefits of rehabilitation for senior and geriatric dogs? Then listen to her podcast on the AKC Canine Health Foundation's website. Click here for the podcast.
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do TOPS clients come from?
Naturally, most of TOPS clients come from the greater Chicago area.
You may be surprised, however, at the number of clients that seek
our services from out of state. Here is a current map of the
location of TOPS' US clients. Not included below is the fact
that we also have had clients from outside the US, including both
Canada and Bermuda.
Dr. Laurie McCauley opened TOPS Vet
Rehab's doors in August 1998 at a time when veterinary
rehabilitation was practically unheard of. Since that time,
Dr. McCauley has become one of the world's more recognized names in
veterinary rehabilitation, lecturing nationally and internationally
on the topic, which may be why TOPS clients come from literally all
over the country, and some from outside the country.
If you choose TOPS, your dog will be
evaluated by a licensed veterinarian,
certified in rehabilitation, veterinary
acupuncture and animal
chiropractic. As well, the treatment plan will be developed and
overseen by the veterinarian. This is critical in the case of
geriatric dogs, dogs with additional medical conditions, or simply
for peace of mind.
If you are looking for a veterinary
rehabilitation center, we welcome you to call and get a chance to
learn more about our services that the types of treatment
options that may be able to help your pet.
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Featured Case - "Sting" Brian
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“Sting” is a 5 year old accomplished national level USDAA agility Border Collie. She was playing in the yard with her housemate and suffered a right ventral hip dislocation on 3/26/14 while in Florida. The veterinarians who saw Sting were able to do a closed reduction to put her hip back in place without surgery and she was placed in hobbles for two weeks to help prevent a recurrence of her injury….See the entire article by clicking here
TOPS I do not feel that I would still have my pet with me
today. Dr. McCauley is a miracle worker."