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Rehabilitation proves rewarding for veterinary professional

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Fetch faculty member Leslie Gallagher McMahon, CCMT, CCRT, shared what her company does for pets in need to get them back on their feet

In an interview with dvm360, Leslie Gallagher McMahon, CCMT, CCRT, CEO and founder of Two Hands Four Paws in Los Angeles, California, explained the joy of working in veterinary rehabilitation and the services her company provides for pets in need of rehabilitation and therapy care.

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The following is a partial transcript of the video.

Leslie Gallagher McMahon, CCMT, CCRT: Under my company and under my foundation we rescue mostly special needs dogs, usually dogs [that] have been hit by a car or something [else]. We pay for all their surgery and all of their rehab and then we place them. So, I sort of have 2 roles.

Rehab is one of the most rewarding things you can do because pretty much everybody gets better. So, it's just super satisfying. And you build this really nice relationship with the owners because they come in all the time. So we see these dogs over, generally, the last couple of years of their lives and they become part of our family. So it's a very rewarding career. There's very low stress in rehab which is great.

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