Chiropractic for Animals
Has your pet or large animal ever limped, displayed head or ear sensitivity, withdrawn from being petted or groomed, or shown uncharacteristic fatigue?
If so, have your ever thought the reason for one of these particular behaviors could be a spinal misalignment?
Maybe not too often, but these are a few of the signs and symptoms of possible spinal or extra spinal misalignment.
A veterinarian should always be consulted for your animal's health, but chiropractic may be the solution to a health problem.
Certified Animal Chiropractor
Dr. Eileen Macfarlane DC began her career 30 years ago as a "people" chiropractor and late decided to also become certified as an animal chiropractor so she could help heal animals.
She currently practices in Basalt working on dogs, cats, horses, and humans, and says her career working on two-leggeds and four-leggeds has been "extremely rewarding"
Macfarlane has had some fascinating experiences with animals that we thought might help humans recognize particular chronic behaviors in their animals that could be treated and helped by a spinal adjustment.