So as much as I love chiros some of them are simply are not vets. Any way you want to justify it, they still aren't. Has this chiro told you WHY he has back pain and a "niggle". My vet is also a chiro and does horsey massages. The big thing here is WHY his back hurts. With this info we can safely assume his bucking is back pain. He could have so much wrong that might not even start in his back. He needs a full exam by a vet.
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As I have already said I pretty much only have access to 'dog ad cat vets' and I can safely say I trust my chipractor more.
Also as I previously said, the chiropratcor said the remaining issue in his back is a redult of a lack of muscle across his topline.
He was bad when I got him, built muscle and his back was cleared.
Then he got sick and lost it again and it is sore agin to some extent ut continually improving.