12 March 2007
Beenleigh Magistrates Court
We have a cattledog called Ruby, a loved member of our family who will be 14 years in March of this year. About 5 years ago she was hit by a car and the Vet at the time said they might have to cut off her back leg, if she didn’t regain the use of it. She eventually started to use it, but you could see she was in pain. We heard about this ANIMAL chiropractor who could help her. It was either the chiropractor or we would have to put her to sleep.
Ruby was having trouble lifting her head, getting up the stairs and if the kids tried to pat her, she would snap at them. She didn’t want them to touch her back or her back legs, because it was obvious she was in pain.
Ruby has been seeing for the last month for treatment and the change in her is absolutely marvellous. Ruby is actually smiling, the kids can pat her. She is still an old dog and walks slowly, but she actually runs a little now.
It is very hard to find an Animal chiropractor or muscle manipulator, whatever the correct term is, but WHERE do you look, under chiropractor for animals. Vets like our doctors are hesitant to recommend chiropractors.
I actually go to se a Human Chiropractor, as I have problems with my back, and I can only imagine the pain my dog was in, I wish we only had found him sooner.
9 Dale Street
32 456 183