Hmm. Me thinks this isn’t so straightforward as they say.
Chomp started having problems with his legs shortly before the family noticed that they started giving out. In addition, he became excessively sensitive to the touch, and would wimper loudly when anyone tried.
Mike Bjorkman and his wife, Anne-Marie, suspected they would have to put him down — until they had an idea.
They called the chiropractor.
Chomp now has regular chiropractic sessions…
The owners note that they see a difference after he’s been “adjusted”. I’ll admit, I can not grasp the idea of chiropractic “adjustments”. If my bones are misaligned, isn’t that a SERIOUS medical problem? If my spine was out of whack, wouldn’t I be PARALYZED? Cracking joints doesn’t push them into “place”.
This piece is missing critical points. What was wrong with the dog? What did the vet say? What other treatments were given? It’s very much an anecdote that is useless to those of us seeking a measured, controlled result to truly see if there is an effect. There is far too much subjectiveness and missing information here. However, people like their news easy and breezy. A happy dog makes us happy too.