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Collar & Saddle Animal Chiropractic

Animal Chiropractic: Serving Midlothian, Mansfield, Waxahachie, Ennis, Maypearl, Venus, Alvarado, Red Oak (Ellis, Kaufman, Johnson County)
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Bogey had a little muscle spasm in his teeny tiny tushy that was giving him a funny little stance from an ice slide. He also brought his mom to our human clinic, Solutions Alternative Healthcare, so they are all fixed up in time for the Great Thaw!!!

After you are done gagging 🤢 over this image search, imagine running/playing with toenails like this!! If we don’t trim our dogs toenails, it can not only cause damage to the joints in their feet and change their gait (walk), but can also result in a domino effect up the limbs into the spine. Pl...

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Teddy Bear LOVES getting brushed so we figured out that magical (very efficient) way to keep him (somewhat) still! 😆
Also that’s his new 🐶 brother, Buddy. These boys are 10 times softer than they look if you can only imagine!! ❤️

This is Stoli. His Rt forelimb was not cooperating but he’s much better even after ONE visit! He had a limp and his shoulder was rotated. We adjusted him and worked on some muscle spasms. Today he TORE across the yard like nothing was ever wrong!! He’s an older gent with some pup left in him. Now...

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It’s hard to see the pretty purple color, but Fern’s Toe Grips (which help dogs with grip on slick floors) have stayed on for a full week! Our first attempt in trying this neat product wasn’t so successful, but Fern’s seem to be doing well!

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This is Sophie - just throw every pre-conceived notion you have about her breed out the window! She is such a cool pup and doing so well with care! 🐾 🐶

We’re trying a new eco-friendly litter box system. I’ll let y’all know how it works out after a trial period 🐈 🐈‍⬛ 🐈‍⬛ 🐾


a month ago
My 11 year old chihuahua, Sophie, had developed a pretty nasty limp and a bulging muscle on one of her front legs earlier this year. My vet conducted an exam and much to my surprise, there was nothing wrong with her leg - at all. The culprit was her spine which was causing overcompensation and an altered gait. After several spinal injections at my regular vet, I decided to reach out to Collar & Saddle for chiropractic care for her. The intervals between injections was getting shorter, as symptoms where reappearing quicker. My vet was enthusiastic when I asked him his thoughts on animal chiropractic for her. I have been so impressed with the change in Sophie, that I also have had Dr. Gonzalez start working with my very shy and skittish Bloodhound, Fern. I had started to notice some dragging of her back foot near the end or our walks and a slightly out-turned foot in the back. She had stopped jumping into the car, and now was preferring to only put her front legs in and wait for...
- Carol R
2 months ago
Saddle and Collar Animal Chiropractic is amazing. They are caring and knowledgeable. I’ve used other animal chiropractors in the past and Saddle and Collar are superior in every way. I have a 13 (and a half) year old dog with a huge determination to live and she needs some help with her mobility sometimes and benefits greatly from adjustments. A chiropractic adjustment for your animals is money well-spent and these guys get a big thumbs-up from me.
- teresa m
2 weeks ago
Dr, Gonzales is amazing! My 11 year old Italian greyhound - doxi mix was not able to walk with a correct gait, limping, holding his paw up and you could tell hurting when running. Dr. Gonzales was able to work on him and adjust him plus massage his muscles to help relax the area where he had to put extra strain with his gait being off. She is so caring and comforting with your furbaby and my pups were very comfortable around her. She fixed my babies gait and is running and playing normal. Yeah! She also worked on my mini doxi who was a rescue and we noticed he would not raise his tail up when walking and walked a little crooked. Dr. Gonzales was able to work on him and after a few visits his tail can raise straight up like it is supposed to and he walks and runs so much better! So great to see his tail up and wagging! Dr. Gonzales is professional and you can tell a lover of furbabies. It is also great that she comes to your house, which is so much more relaxing on my pups. I def...
- Tanya w

About us

We help your pets, show animals, and athlete animals to live longer pain-free lives, and play, work and/or compete to their maximum potential

We treat Equines (horses), Canines (dogs) as well as other species on a case-by-case basis. 

Please note that the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners does NOT recognize or oversee Chiropractic for animals; therefore, veterinary signature is REQUIRED to see your animal. Download our Referral Form or contact us and we can send it via DocSign.

New Patient Canine/Feline $80
Follow-up Canine/Feline $50
Discount of $10/additional canine/feline

New Patient Equine $150
Follow-up Equine $120
Discounts $30/additional equine

Travel Fee $1/mi from Midlothian center (waived if multiple calls in a single service area)

From the Provider: I am a Chiropractor with over 10 years of experience in human practice. It has always been my dream to work with animals. I've always been fascinated by the similarities (and differences) in their anatomy and movement. I had the honor to attend the very extensive Animal Chiropractic coursework through Parker University in Dallas, TX alongside many other Chiropractors and Veterinarians. 

I feel like having a deep understanding of the spinal anatomy and neurology of humans has given me a huge advantage when applying those skills to animals. Animals often respond even faster than humans with Chiropractic care and it is so amazing to see this in action.

I look forward to working with you and your veterinarian to help your animal function and feel their best!

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