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Here at Tripawds, we always encourage pawrents to consider alternative methods of controlling aches and pains, such as chiropractic care. But did you know that many U.S. states don't require chiropractors to complete any additional or formal certification before practicing on animals?
Before you take your tripawd to an animal chiropractor, be sure to double check your doctor's qualifications, by visiting the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association's website.
The American Veterinary Chiropractic Association is an organization made up Doctors of Chiropractic and Veterinary Medicine. AVCA Certified Doctors (both licensed doctors of chiropractic and licensed doctors of veterinary medicine) have had advanced studies in animal chiropractic care from AVCA approved programs and have passed both a comprehensive written and clinical competency certification examinations.
23 October 2008
I couldn't agree more!!!
When I was Director of Greyhound Adoptions for the race track here, we sent adoptables to Options For Animals teaching facility. These people are wonderful!
Dr. Spisak is also here in Kansas and just a short drive from my home! Calamity hurt her neck in one of her last races & gets it adjusted on a regular basis. With the change in her gait, I'm sure her adjustments will get closer together to keep her healthy!
Janie & Calamity http://www.trix.....gspot.com/