Chiro work on right hind leg?

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Chiro work on right hind leg?

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    07-24-2012, 05:56 PM
Unhappy Chiro work on right hind leg?

Justr another quick question - yesterday when I checked how my furry boy was doing after his dentist check the previous day , I decided that I would try and help him better understand a few things surrounding lunging without ropes. Big concern popped up - on a canter he was hopping - or it was like he was hoping on the right side back leg - like it was a lil stiff - any suggestions ? I am thinking that perhaps I need to get a chiro out to him ...any suggestions ? It doesnt happen at a walk or trot and only on the one side ....(**** it - I just wish he could speak and tell me what is wrong or aleing him).

chiropractor, hind legs

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