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The name of Roxy’s doctor is Josée Gerard and the clinic’s name is Kiro 4 Pets. She runs her clinic out of High Tails Pet Resort in Airdrie, Alberta Canada.
I know a lot of your followers are in the US, so if anyone is looking for a Chiropractor for their pets I am sure she would have no problem helping you find a Chiropractor…she owned two practices in the US, one in Wisconsin and one in Minnesota (where she spearheaded the process to make it legal for trained and qualified chiropractors to practice animal chiropractic in the state) . She also had a practice in Montreal, Quebec Canada if anyone needs help finding someone out that way.
You can find out more info about Animal Chiropractic and how to contact Dr. Josée by email at…
or you can “pm” me (Tails a Waggin’ gang) and I can find out for you since she is my boss
21 February 2012
Thanks for the shout out Jerry, however, I do want to clarify that Dr. Gerard is a certified Animal Chiropractor and not a veterinarian. You do not need a vet referral to see her unless your pets have pet insurance and it is a requirement from the company
Roxy…Border Collie cross born on approximately October 27th, 2011;
Rescued in January 2012 by Oops a Dazy Rescue & Sanctuary;
Right hind leg amputated on January 20th, 2012 due to a severe spiral fracture;
Adopted on February 21st, 2012 by Teena, a devoted human & Charlee, a purebred BC.
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