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Look at what people are saying about us...
"Our dog, 14 year old Daizy, is having an incredible experience at Sterling Impression. We've had 6 or 7 sessions so far, and I'm very impressed with the improvement that she's made! She suffers from severe arthritis and stiffness, and the therapists here have made such an impactful difference on her ability to move, play and stretch! Not to mention they are all extremely kind, compassionate and very skilled! So happy that we found this place!"
~ Tammy Cook

"Our dachshund, Nickey, has been treated by Cathy and her wonderful staff three times in the last 7 years. Nickey is 14 years young and has major back issues, each time they have been able to get Nickey up and walking again. Thank you!"
~ Linda Lemieux

"Wilson loves the team and his workouts. He is now in great shape, but still wants to perform on the treadmill. The only thing they cannot control is his excitement."
~ William Plasko

"I've been bringing my Meatball there for the past several weeks and we absolutely love it! My English bulldog tore his ACL, had surgery, and we are now there for rehab and recovery. The staff is so great and I notice an improvement each week."
~ Karen Honnen

"After our first visit, I was blown away the the patient, friendly, and knowledgeable staff. I'm empowered to know I may help my 12 y/o Chocolate lab have a few more enjoyable years!"
~ Sharon Sullivan-Constantin

"​All 4 of my cats, past and present, have been treated by the kind, compassionate, smart, professional, gifted therapists at Sterling. From back surgeries to arthritis and just the aches and pains of old age, they treat not only the patients' physical maladies but the guardians' worries and stresses of having a special needs animal. Sterling had added years to my cats' lives and life back into their years. We love them!!"
~ Tracie Russell

"My Corgi, Montana, thinks Sterling is the best place, the staff treat him like he is their only patient. It is a bit of a hike to get there, but definitely worth the trip, since the improvement in his movement and attitude are very noticeable. Thanks Everyone!"
~ Debra Kochenour

"Over the last several years I have brought a number of older or infirm dogs through Sterling Impression for various types of physical therapy. The people who work there are outstanding - knowledgeable, kind, patient. My dogs have used the underwater treadmill, swimming tank, laser treatments, and just about every wobbly-stand-on-thing or climb-over-thing in the place to regain or retain strength, flexibility and balance. The affiliation with Windhover Veterinary makes sure the treatment plans are appropriate for the animal's particular circumstances. One of my dogs needed a wheelchair from Eddie's Wheels and they did the measurements here - the cart was a perfect fit even though our first visit to Eddie's was the day we picked up the doggie wheelchair. I highly recommend this place."
~ Craig R

"Having a pug in need of knee surgery was stressful and scary to say the least. It was such relief to meet Cathy and her team. They helped him recover quickly and safely. He got the royal treatment from massage to PROM to laser therapy. He got moving on the underwater treadmill as well. They are so knowledgeable and provide excellent service. My pug LOVED going there every week. In addition to in clinic work, homework Cathy provided made his recovery even more speedy. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Sterling Rehab. It is a MUST for post op dogs"
~ Kelly Connors

1008 East Street, Walpole, MA 02081 | Email: SterlingImpression@gmail.com | call: (508) 668 - 7946
Sterling Impression...
...was the first animal          rehabilitation center in        Massachusetts. 

...is the first canine rehab center     in Massachusetts to offer     Digital Thermal Imaging        (DTI).

...offers platelet rich Plasma          Therapy (PRP).

...has a Fitness and Fun     Program.

...has a Senior Wellness      Program for healthy dogs aged     10 years and up.