Coco is doing better! He actually got up to greet me when I got home with a little dancing, tail wagging and now he’s licking me. He’s eating better and just overall moving quite a bit better. Will see you guys on Thursday…can’t wait for you to see him Happy. ~ P. Papoulias
My little black and white schnoodle puppy showed up with an injury one day that we just couldn’t figure out. She whined if you picked her up but she would climb in your lap ok. I did notice her ears were being held down which is a clear indication she isn’t happy or she’s trying to be aerodynamic. She went to her vet and they x-rayed her and could see no breaks so they sent her home with medications and the recommendation that we might need an MRI. Bunny took her meds for a month but wasn’t all the way better so back to the vet we went. Since the vet knew the cost of an MRI would be prohibitive and would be risky for her because of her size she conferred with one of her associates and recommended Dr Gail Galligan a chiropractor. I was all for it. A safer and gentler method that wasn’t all drugs and tests. After the first visit Bunny had improved but she needed more work. In the process of being seen Bunny injured herself in a way that appeared severe. She was turning to the right and trying to flip over and over and over. We rushed her to an emergency vet to be told she had fractured her skull and had a brain injury. We were at a loss. There was no way she could have hit her head that hard without us knowing. They kept her overnight and saw no improvement. We were told she could improve some depending on the damage to her brain but that if we could not get her to eat or drink once we brought her home that we may need to put her down. I was distraught until she seemed to improve immediately at home. She was still leaning to the right but she would only try to flip over if you tried to hold her a certain way. We kept her on the medication until her next appointment with DR Gail but that morning she had bloody stool so we didn’t give her anymore medications. Dr Gail adjusted her really well and Bunny thinks she’s speed racer and can chase the cat all over the house again. I could not be happier with the care and attention Dr Gail has provided my Bunny and would recommend anyone whose puppy seems grumbly or out of sorts let her take a look at them. My older boy, Hammie, whose the sweetest thing, started to get grumbly at the girls and he’s right as rain again after just a few adjustments.
Dorothy M Lewis
I cannot sing enough praises for Galligan Chiropractic!
My sweet little goat somehow lost the use of first one front leg and eventually the other front leg. My vet took x-rays but nothing seem broken or out of place. Poor little Ivy goat got worse overnight and I took her to NC State Veterinary Hospital to have her checked out. All her blood work came back normal, the doctors there check out her x-rays and all looked good with them. They figured it was probably some kind of trauma but nothing was showing up on the x-rays and they were stumped.
When I got home from my trip to Raleigh, I was horribly upset, my poor little Ivy, who was only 7 month old, could not get to a standing position by herself and when she tried to lay down, she would cry out in pain and fall on her face.
My daughter suggested that I take her to Gail Galligan Chiropractic in Wilmington, she had taken her dog to Gail before and had wonderful results with his treatments there.
Out of desperation I called and got an appointment. After Ivy’s first treatment, she was walking, she could lay down and get back up without crying in pain. After her second treatment, she was jumping and dancing around like a little goat should.
It has been about a month since her first treatment and Ivy is full of life, jumping and twisting, butting and running.
I can not thank Dr. Gail enough, both Ivy and I are forever grateful we found her! ~ Tia B.
Dr Gail has been my chiropractor for 3 years. She is kind and caring and takes time to educate her patients on maintaining wellness. Highly recommend if you have any chronic areas that get out of alignment. She is also the only chiropractor who adjusts animals in this area. So bring Fido in. She also adjusts horses. ~ K. Smith
My black Labrador of 11.5 years is already showing improvement and is happier, after just one treatment. 🙂 ~ J. Chambers
As a fellow chiropractor, I value Dr.Gail and Quimby tremendously! I travel 45 minutes every week to bring my fur baby to her for optimal healing from a certified chiropractic vet! Thank you for helping my puppy child achieve overall health and wellness! ~ Molly Smyser
Pat had been having difficulty sleeping and found herself waking up at the same time every night. After scanning her body here at Galligan Chiropractic, she was able to identify the weak area and correct that area using Standard Process Whole Food Supplements. Listen to an audio recording of Pat’s testimony above.