10-16-2013, 11:05 PM
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So totally worth it. If your good at it.
I'm not one, and don't know what it involves. But...I have 3 Equine chiropractors for services, all are between $75 and $100. Per horse.
I took my mare, to the one Chiro, $85, and he had 10 horses lined up to be worked on from 9am-12pm. Do the math! That's just one day, 3 hours, and he travels all over, and is usually books full. He works out of his home Monday mornings (9-12) and will have 10+ horses to do. He is very good. He is also a DVM, and he does Chiro work on dogs as well.
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