Life is about the journey - some roads are not always what they seem but you sure learn a great deal from them!
Published September 21st 2016
Recently, my sister's dog was experiencing pain while walking. We could only suspect that the pain was from a possible skeletal injury caused from rough play with his canine sibling.
As there was no apparent tissue injury or muscle injury that we could find, I suggested to take the dog to a chiropractor. The question was then proposed of where you would find one, and who would be the best one for a dog?
Happy Turbo after see Dr. Ben Hubbard (image by SocialHummingBird)
As I see Treen Chiropractic a few times during the year, I thought it would best to call them to find out if they knew of a Dog Chiropractor. To my surprise, Dr. Ben Hubbard, who is qualified in a range of fields and often helps dogs with spinal displacement.
An adjustment for a happy pain-free dog (image by SocialHummingBird)
A booking was made, and Turbo went to see his new Doctor. Being a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, we were a little concerned to how Turbo would take to this environment. However, he waltzed into his waiting area and greeted everyone hello.
Saying 'Thank You' to his Doctor (image by SocialHummingBird)
Ben came out to meet his new patient and soon found the problem. With a few nudges and tweaks, Turbo was back to his pain-free self.
Based on Wanneroo Road near Balga, I questioned whether Treen Chiropractic was the only Dog Chiropractic. Maybe there are others out there, which begs me to question: Where is the Best Chiropractor for Dogs in Perth?
Looking for a dog chiropractor?
Our dog may be able to help!
He will sniff you out, and sit or walk on any painful areas. He might drool a bit, lick you on the face even, but is happy with just a couple of biscuits, doggy variety preferred.
We ain't fancy, but we're cheap!