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Modern Chiropractic care has been used successfully on human patients since 1895 with the first Chiropractic adjustments on animals shortly thereafter. Animals also have individual vertebral bones that subluxate and cause nerve pressure. If you want a really good explanation of the term 'subluxation' please click on the FAQ link on this page. And in case you were wondering, animals respond very well to Chiropractic adjustments, just as human patients do. It is my belief that all animals could benefit from Chiropractic care.

Who can benefit from Chiropractic care?

Any animal that has a spine can potentially benefit from Chiropractic treatment. Our office has experience with horses, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, fish and cats. This office treats many problems that respond well to Chiropractic care. Just click on the link for symptoms to see what we treat. As you will see the list is as unique as your animal. One of the most exciting things we see happen in almost all of the animals we treat is an improvement in the animal's attitude. Owners tell us all the time about how good the animal feels after an adjustment.

If you feel your animal could benefit from Chiropractic care the procedure would go something like this: after an initial discussion of your animals symptoms she/he will undergo a complete Chiropractic analysis to determine the health of their whole skeletal system - including their skull, back, neck, jaw, front and hind limbs and tail. This will determine which spinal segments may require adjustments.

The choice to seek natural therapy for your animal is a wise one. Nature has been providing the answers to health problems since the beginning of time. We, as owners, have a responsibility to help keep our animals as healthy as possible. Chiropractic care of your animal is the most natural choice you can make for your pet.

In accordance with our Provincial Standards, a veterinarian referral is not required before Dr. Langdon can examine and treat your animal.

**Parts of this information have been adapted from "Guide To Chiropractic Care For Your Horse" by. Sharon Willoughby, DVM, DC..

DISCLAIMER:
Dr. Susanne Langdon is a doctor of Chiropractic, licensed in the care of humans. She has attended several hundred hours of education specific to animal chiropractic and is certified by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association. Dr. Langdon is Dr Susanne Langdon not a veterinarian and cannot take responsibility for the primary care of your animal. Animal Chiropractic care is to be used in conjunction with regular veterinarian care.

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