Traits of a good animal chiropractor

Animal chiropractic care is becoming more popular with animal owners. Just like with humans, chiropractic care for animals allows them to get relief from joint and nerve pain without the use of medications. Because this is becoming more and more popular, you may be curious as to what traits a person should posses to be a good animal chiropractor.

Here are a few of the traits your animal chiropractor should have:
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Must Love Animals

First and foremost, she must love animals. Most vets love their patients and treat them as if they were there own. Many pet owners consider pets to be their children. As such, they want a professional who will love and care for their pet in a kind and loving manner.

Must Be Able to Remain Calm

Another key trait that she must have in order to work as an animal chiropractor is the ability to remain calm. Animals can sense if a person is nervous or unsure. And unfortunately, they can already be nervous or on edge when they are in an unfamiliar setting, such as an office. If she is unable to remain calm, the animal may be more fidgety or likely to kick, bite or snap. This makes it harder to get the job done and causes more stress to the animal.

Must Be Patient

The last trait that she needs to have when working in this field is the ability to be patient and roll with the punches. She cannot control animals, especially if she is working with larger ones, such as horses. Instead, she has to do things on their time table. She may need to spend time petting the animal, gaining its trust and reassuring it in order for it to fully trust her so she can complete the adjustment. If she does not have patience, she can easily become flustered or get frustrated, which will not help the situation.

If a person want to work as an animal chiropractor, she will need to take the correct courses to get certified.

Dr Michele Morissette, certified animal chiropractor loves animals. She is patient and can roll with the punches. She is calm and knows when to give your animal a break. Call now to schedule a visit 819 665-7370

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