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Here you'll find answers to our most common questions regarding all things Animal Chiropractic & Pet Health. Of course, you're always welcome reach out directly with questions! We love sharing the Magic of Animal Wellness!


The answers below are meant to provide a general understanding of animal chiropractic care. Always consult a certified animal chiropractor for personalized advice regarding your pet’s health.

  • Is Animal Chiropractic Safe?
    Yes, when performed by a qualified and experienced certified animal chiropractor.
  • Which animals can benefit from chiropractic care?
    Various animals, including dogs, cats, horses, and livestock, can benefit from chiropractic care. Here at Animal Magic Care we personally specialized in canine chiropractic care.
  • How does animal chiropractic care work?
    Canine chiropractic focuses on aligning the spine to alleviate nerve interference and promote better nervous system function.
  • Can chiropractic care replace traditional veterinary treatment?
    No, canine chiropractic complements traditional veterinary care as part of a holistic approach to animal wellness.
  • How do I find a qualified animal chiropractor?
    Look for professionals certified by reputable animal chiropractic organizations such as the AVCA and contact your state’s chiropractic association.
  • Are there age restrictions for animals receiving chiropractic care?
    Chiropractic care can benefit animals of all ages, from young to seniors. Here at Animal Magic Care we regularly adjust puppies as early as 6 weeks old and senior dogs make up the vast majority of our patients.
  • How many sessions are typically needed?
    The number of sessions varies based on the animal’s condition and response to treatment, as every BODY is different.
  • Do animals needing ongoing chiropractic care?
    Maintenance sessions can help sustain the benefits, but the frequency depends on the individual animal. We recommend a minimum maintenance schedule of 4 times a year.
  • Are there any risks associated with chiropractic adjustments?
    Minimal risks are associated with proper adjustments from qualified practitioners.
  • Can chiropractic care help with specific health issues?
    Absolutely! It can aid in improving immune and nervous system function, musculoskeletal issues, mobility challenges, and overall comfort.
  • Do animals usually enjoy chiropractic sessions?
    Many animals seem to relax and find relief during and after sessions.
  • Can I learn to do chiropractic adjustments for my pet at home?
    It’s not recommended as proper training is crucial to ensure safety and effectiveness.
  • Is chiropractic care covered by pet insurance?
    Some insurance plans cover animal chiropractic care, but it varies.
  • How quickly will I see results after a chiropractic session?
    Some animals show immediate improvement, while others might take a few sessions.
  • Can chiropractic care benefit working or athletic animals?
    Yes, it can help maintain peak performance and prevent injuries in active animals.
  • Are there any lifestyle adjustments needed after a chiropractic session?
    Sometimes, post-session rest or limited activity is recommended to aid recovery.


Animal Chiropractor

Silver Lining Animal
Chiropractic, LLC.

Dr. Desiree Draws 
ph: 720-724-7522
Denver, CO

Animal Chiropractor

Hand and Paw Chiropractic  

Dr. Rachel Eken 

ph: 920-904-6944

Colorado Springs, CO

Animal Chiropractor

Tails Animal Chiropractic Care 

Dr. Alisha Barnes

ph: 970-420-9489

Fort Collins, CO

Chiropractic – Veterinarian

Well Adjusted Animal

Dr. Kim Krueger  

ph: 720-308-2216

Sedalia, CO

Holistic Veterinarian

Animal Healing Arts

Dr. Judy Jasek  

ph: 720-515-2421

Virtual Appointments Only

Customized CBD Guidance

Pet Wellness Coaching  Therapeutic Animal Massage

Pawsitive Balance

Dana Chick VCC, CPWC, CAMT 

ph: 303-219-0045


Acupuncture for Animals 

Dr. Holly Foster 

ph: 303-456-4136

Bioresonance Therapy

Unleashed Energy, LLC

Sue Troglio 

ph: 303-386-4034

Dog Food

Raw Dog Food and Company

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