Chiropractic for Dogs & Cats

  • Gentle hands-on care for your canine athlete, dog show competitor or family pet
  • Does not replace traditional veterinary medicine but provides an integrated, conservative approach to animal care for neuromusculoskeletal issues
  • Useful in detecting and treating gait abnormalities, poor movement, and postural imbalances
  • Helps alleviate back, neck, tail and extremity pain, improving overall mobility and quality of life
  • Helps restore normal joint, muscle and nerve function, improving biomechanics and, thus, overall functional abilities and quality of life; it is thought to slow the progression of many degenerative conditions

Common conditions that may benefit from chiropractic care include:

  • Stiffness and pain related to arthritis
  • Secondary effects from hip or elbow dysplasia
  • Degenerative disc/joint disease
  • Injuries related to dog sports, training, falls or rough play
  • musculoskeletal limb weakness
  • joint, muscle or nerve root irritation “pinched nerve”
  • Lick granulomas
  • Loss or leaking of urine
  • Post-surgical care (e.g. Cruciate surgery) to manage compensatory effects
  • Patella luxation