Just like people, animals can also sometimes get themselves in trouble, whether it is a dog squeezing itself under a low gate, a horse indulging in rough play with its friends, a cat falling off a window sill, or a rabbit continually shaking at the gate of his cage at feeding time (yes I have seen all of these)
We also ask our animals to take part in our activities, there are so many horse and dog sports these days.
Our four-legged friends also get older and have similar problems to what we humans do as they age.
Chiropractic care can improve your animal’s performance and reduce its pain by helping the spine and joints to move to the best of their ability. We work closely with all the local veterinary practices and have an ad hoc clinic at Haydon Vets. For horses and other large animals, we can come to your yard.
We have to adapt our techniques according to the species and the size and breed of the animal we are treating. Evelyne has a postgraduate diploma in animal chiropractic following a two-year course of study in this area.