"Puppy Sitting"

August 1, 2016

 Do you ever see your adult dog (over two years old) sitting like this? This is a great example of "puppy sitting," when a dog is not sitting square on both hips, but is sitting on only one side of their pelvis. This means that there is possible pelvic subluxations (an improperly moving joint creating decreased nerve flow to and from the brain). It is best to seek a Certified Animal Chiropractor to fix this problem early in life so other problems do not arise (such as bladder incontinence or decreased proprioception)! Make sure your pet is at their optimal level of health even when they're not showing signs of pain!

 

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