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Is your competition animal not performing to his/her ability? 
Has your performance animal or pet had an injury that you are rehabilitating? 
Is your pet experiencing jaw, neck, back, hip, or leg pain and/or weakness?
Has your companion recently had surgery or been diagnosed with a chronic medical condition?
Does your animal seem perfectly healthy but you would like to provide him or her with excellent preventive care?

                       If you answered yes to any of these questions, equine chiropractor or canine chiropractor services may be able to help.

Animal chiropractic involves manual adjustments of joints that have restricted movement. Joint restrictions are when a joint is not moving in its intended full range of motion which results in impaired neurologic and/or biomechanical function. Through chiropractic adjustments, these joints can return to normal function and allow the associated nerves to communicate better with your animal’s brain and thereby increasing your animal's ability to perform daily functions as well as the ability to win blue ribbons.  

After a thorough static and motion examination by veterinary chiropractors (, restrictions can be identified and adjusted. Many animals show immediate improvement but others may take 2-3 visits before results are noticeable. 

Even if your pet is healthy, animal chiropractic can help maintain that health to prevent disease and arthritis. 

Serving Northern Colorado (based out of Fort Collins).

Group rates available for animal chiropractic at stables and for dog clubs.

Dr. Alice is also well trained in handling and treating Cats, Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Camelids, Swine, Rabbits, Reptiles, Exotic Birds, and Fowl and would love the opportunity to provide animal chiropractic care for any of your domestic or exotic species as well.

                                                  Call/text (970) 646-3600 or email for details