Motion sickness doesn't just affect humans, but can also be a problem for our animal companions. Although the easy answer to the problem is "don't take your pet for rides in the car," it's not alw ...View Article
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This is an actual testimony of one of our clients, it came in as an email just today (September 18, 2014).
You recently asked me how my 29 year old Arabian gelding, Nizir was doing. I believe I told you he seemed to be doing well but, I thought he lacked energy..which may be quite normal for a 29.5 year old horse. Yesterday, I took him to Oak Openings for an hour and half trail ride with our friends. I was concerned that it might be too much of a ride for him. This is the first " long" ride we have taken since he saw you. Before we left my mare ran him around the pasture for a good 40 minutes, he was jumping and kicking and bucking..I thought this is not good...he will not be worth crap by the time we get to the park. He must have recovered on our hour haul to Oak Openings :-) Over the years he has always been the line leader. More recently he was bringing up the rear. Yesterday, he was right up front...and the best part is that when we got back home he did not have a sore back!! i am so grateful to you for the chiropractic care (like I have never seen), the acupuncture, (like I have never seen), and the Chinese herbs! My horses have always had chirorpractic and acupuncture care, but, never with these results. I sing your praises :-)
Susan Fortney and Nizir