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Animal Chiropractic 

Believe it or not, our doctors also make time to treat your furry friends! Bring your pup or kitty cat in today to get the adjustment they need!


The impact of vertebral subluxations (misalignments in the spine)

There are several symptoms which may indicate vertebral subluxations in pets, from changes in temperament to an abnormal gait or hunched posture. While some vertebral subluxations may not cause pain, they often result in stiffness and tension, and can lead to secondary conditions developing, including problems with muscular co-ordination and mobility. Here’s some of the tell-tale signs to look out for if you feel your pet may be suffering from vertebral subluxations:

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

  • Lick granuloma on leg or paws

  • Uneven muscle tone

  • Acute neck or back pain

  • Sensitivity to touch or an aversion to grooming

  • Lameness

  • Problems with certain movements, such as jumping or climbing stairs

  • Carrying the tail to one side

  • Aggressive, withdrawn or unsociable behavior

  • Dry, dull coat or rough patches of fur


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


Two of our regulars! These girls come in about once a month to get a little tune up and to make sure their hips are feeling great. 

What is the cost?

  • For cats & dogs, all we ask for is a $20 donation which goes to Dr. Jason's alumni school - Sherman College of Chiropractic. That's it!

  • For horses the cost can vary, depending on your location (since Dr. Jason will come to you). You may also bring your horse in a trailer to our office, and Dr. Jason can adjust there. Please reach out to us if you are interested and we can give you an exact price once we know where you are! 

Animals Accepted

  • Dogs

  • Cats

  • Horses  ​

Ready to Get Your Furry Friend Started?

Click here or call our Auburn, WA office at 253.833.4800 to set up a consultation to see how we can help your animal with pain.

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