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Animal Chiropractic 

Our doctors also specialize in treating your furry friends. Bring your pup or kitty cat in any time so that they can get the adjustment they need!

Man with backwards hat giving shot to horses hind leg
Man giving injection to the side of a horses neck
Man with backwards hat giving a horse an injection

The impact that vertebral subluxations (misalignments in the spine) have on our animals

When examining your pets there are several symptoms which may indicate vertebral subluxations, from changes in temperament to an abnormal gait or hunched posture. Some vertebral subluxations may not cause immediate pain in the animal but they often result in stiffness and tension that can lead to secondary conditions developing. These may include problems with muscular co-ordination and mobility. Here are some things to watch out for if you feel your pet may be suffering from vertebral subluxations:

  • When a dog sits with its legs out to the side “Puppy sitting”

  • Lick granuloma (area of inflammation) on leg or paws

  • Development of uneven muscle tone

  • Acute pain or soreness in the neck or back regions

  • Sensitive to petting or unwillingness towards being groomed

  • Lameness and under active

  • Specific mobility impediments, such as jumping or climbing stairs

  • Carrying the tail to one side of the body

  • Overly aggressive, withdrawn or abnormal social behavior

  • Rough dry patches of fur

Cat Chiropractor in Enumclaw

This is Muffin! She comes in every 1-2 weeks to tend to atrophy and weakness in her back legs. She has improved so much since she started seeing Dr. Henke for cat chiropractic! 

Woman holding pet cat while doctor gives it a shot in the neck
Woman holding cat to be inspected by doctor in white gloves

Dog Chiropractor in Enumclaw

These two girls are regulars that come in about once a month to get a little tune up and to make sure their hips are feeling great. They are zooming around again after recieving dog chiropractic! 

Chiropractor in white gloves giving german shepherd a shot in its hind leg
A german shepherd being examined by a chiropractor in white gloves
Two german shepherds being looked at by chiropractor in white gloves

What is the Cost?

  • For both dog and cats to see one of our chiropractors, all we ask for is a $20 donation which goes to Dr. Jason's alumni school - Sherman College of Chiropractic. That's it!

  • The cost can vary for horses, depending on your location (since Dr. Jason will come to you). Another option is to bring your horse in a trailer to our office, and Dr. Jason can adjust there. Please reach out to us if you are interested so that we can provide you with an exact price once we know where you are! 

Animals We Treat

  • Dogs

  • Cats

  • Horses  

Ready to Get Your Furry Friend Started?

Click here or call our Enumclaw, WA office at 360-825-5757 to set up a consultation to see how we can help your animal with pain.

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