We Offer Packages for Large & Small Animals!


Large Animals

  • New Patient
    110 Euro

    Incl BTW – Per Appointment

  • Existing Patient
    85 Euro

    Incl BTW – Per Appointment/Follow Up

  • Multiple Treatments (10)
    750 Euro

    Incl BTW – 10 Treatments

* Travel Charges are not included in the above rates, please view below for travel rates.

A Good Kickoff

Small Animals

  • New Patient
    75 Euro

    Incl BTW – Per Appointment

  • Existing Patient
    55 Euro

    Incl BTW – Per Appointment/Follow Up

  • Multiple Treatments (10)
    450 Euro

    Incl BTW – 10 Appointments

* Travel Charges are not included in the above rates, please view below for travel rates.

A Good Kickoff

Extras

Additional Charges not mentioned above

  • Travel Costs – outside a radius of 10 kilometres from the Wateringseveld practice
    30c per km
  • Dry Needling
    25 Euro
  • Kinesiotaping
    15 Euro

Frequently Asked Questions

Will veterinary chiropractic treatment hurt my animal?

A chiropractic adjustment is a very specific, low force quick thrust along the plane of the joint that helps to get the joint moving again. Adjustments influence bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments. They do not hurt your animal. Only subluxated vertebrae are adjusted.

How can a veterinary chiropractor adjust something the size of a horse?

Even though horses have a very large, thick muscle mass over the spine the vertebral joints are flexible and relatively easy to manipulate with minimal force. If the correct technique is used the ligaments are not adversely affected.

How can chiropractic care help my animal?

All animals can benefit from chiropractic care, just like humans! Since the ultimate goal of the adjustment is to allow the nervous system to run at 100%, chiropractic can have an impact on nearly every function of the body. Common problems that are helped by chiropractic treatments include:

  • Neck and back pain               
  • Limping and lameness
  • Muscle spasms or weakness; paralysis
  • Post-surgical recovery
  • Disc problems
  • Jaw or TMJ problems, difficulty chewing
  • Injuries from slips, falls, and accidents
  • Chronic illnesses like allergies
  • Bowel, bladder, and internal disorders
  • Arthritis and stiff joints
  • Changes in behavior, mood  
  • Avoiding being touched or held
What can I expect during my pet’s treatment?
  • Most animals enjoy being adjusted!  
  • I use my hands to palpate, or feel, the joints and their movements.  
  • If a correction is needed, a gentle and specific thrust is applied.  
  • Sometimes a cavitation (“pop” or “crack” noise) will be heard as the joint releases, but not every time.  
  • Licking and chewing, yawning, and shaking off after a correction is a good response.  
  • Areas of misalignment may be tender, but the animal will usually tolerate it—and feel much better afterwards!
What can I expect after the treatment?
  • Most animals, especially dogs and cats, give a full-body shake off.
  • Following the adjustment, many owners report that their pet is more tired than usual, and takes a nice long nap or sleeps the night through. This is because their body is taking time to heal.  
  • Your pet may be sore for 24-48 hours, similar to having a deep massage or a physical therapy session.
  • Usually within a day or two you will see the effects of the adjustment and your pet may be more energetic than usual!  
  • Depending on the case, some animals may need follow-up adjustments.

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The Hague, Netherlands

Hours

Mondays 14:30 – 17:00
Thursdays 09:00 – 11:00


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