Canine Chiropractic is a specialized area of Chiropractic. It’s primary focus on improving biomechanical functioning of the Canine Spine and related areas of the musculoskeletal system. It may help improve function, decrease pain, promote a higher quality of life, assist in minimizing or preventing injuries and optimize performance & a dog’s well-being.
The Canine spine is very important area of a dog. It is central to the dog’s locomotive activities including its propulsion, flexibility and the coordination of its movement.
Back and neck biomechanical joint & muscle problems are very common in dogs, perhaps as or even more common than in humans.
These problems can commonly affect many breeds of dogs of varying activity levels. They may affect companion dogs, show dogs, athletic & work dogs and those that are a combination of these.
We care for dogs of varying sizes, breeds & lifestyles, from toy breeds such as Cavalier King Charles to larger breeds such as Spitz-type breeds & German Shepherds through to the very large Newfoundland & Bernese Mountain dogs as well as dogs of mix breed origins.
Member of the Australian Veterinary Chiropractic Association
Member of DOGs Victoria association & Siberian Husky club
The information on this web site including all web pages, articles, video streams & linked videos, blogs etc are a general guide only and is not to be interpreted as individual advice. For specific information and individual advice please see Dr. Watterson (Animal Chiropractor), a Veterinarian or appropriate animal health care provider.