Wizard of Paws Physical Rehabilitation for Animals
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Wizard of Paws Physical Rehabilitation for Animals
Full service wellness and rehabilitation programs for your canine companion


155 Westchester Road, Colchester, CT 06415 | directions

Open Tuesday through Saturday ~ For appointment or more info call 860-267-9191 or appointment@wizardofpaws.net

Wizard of Paws Canine RehabWizard of Paws Physical Rehabilitation for Animals is a team of professionals dedicated to the rehabilitation, conditioning and wellness of our canine friends. Wizard of Paws was founded by Debbie Gross in 1996 and has gone through many changes over the years. The Wizard of Paws clinic offers a variety of services for dogs related to physical rehabilitation, conditioning, and wellness.

Collectively the staff owns over 66 dogs! Read more about these amazing folks on the Wizard of Paws staff page. The experience they offer is second to none. Our facilities were specifically designed to meet the demands of all canine rehabilitation clients. Attention to detail has been key, and the facility offers state of the art equipment. Two members of the staff are CCRPs, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioners, and others are working towards their certification.

The Wizard of Paws facility, conveniently located just off Route 2 in Cochester.

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Deb and Edsel
Photo by Marissa Calvo

Edsel
Clumber Spaniel

We lost our Clumber Spaniel, Edsel, very quickly to immune mediated hemolytic anemia in July, 2010. It was just devastating. The Clumber Spaniel Health Foundation is promoting research of this disease - it has a very poor survival rate in Clumbers. To learn more about it and to help out with the research please go to Clumber Spaniel Health Foundation

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