Adoptions Coordinator Silvana comments on Canine Chiropractic Session

Thank you Dr. Dryan!

Tracy Drynan, Dr of Chiropractic & Certified Animal Chiropractor has been a volunteer with Beavercreek Farm Sanctuary for over a year now.  During that time she has helped numerous dogs at BCFS overcome their mobility issues.

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Although my dog Lexi did not appear to have any mobility issues she did injure her front leg a couple of weeks ago and I thought it would be a good idea to bring her in to see Tracy.


Lexi is a 9 year old Pom-poo with an abundance of energy.  Tracy was great at explaining everything she was doing during Lexi’s session.  I just wish I could remember all of the terminology used.  As a Reiki Practitioner I work with energy therefore do understand how blocked energy in a body, whether it is in a human or animal, can cause health issues.

The Spine

Tracy explained how the spine worked in a dog in relation to the energy flow.  She also pointed out how Lexi’s tail movement showed how much stiffness she was experiencing.  I never noticed that before.  Lexi has a tail that curls up over her body and I did not realize that her tail should have a slight wiggle movement when her back end was moving properly.


The Adjustment

After the adjustment I could certainly see that movement.  This morning when I was walking Lexi I made an effort to watch her and could plainly see the difference in the way she moved and the slight wiggle or should I say more of a shimmy in her tail.  This is not the same as when they are wagging their happy tail, it is a regular movement in the tail area.


DIY Massage

Tracy also showed me how to massage parts of Lexi’s body to keep her limber.  When the spine is not moving properly it can affect internal organs as well.  I plan to have Lexi around for a long time and am very grateful to have been shown how to keep her in the best possible shape.


Thank you Tracy!

Tracy is a loving, gentle soul and BCFS appreciates your contribution so very much.  I look forward to Lexi’s next appointment.

Tracy’s office (Stride Fourth Chiropractic) is Located at 1931 Fourth Avenue, St. Catharines, 905-641-3000.





2 thoughts on “Adoptions Coordinator Silvana comments on Canine Chiropractic Session”

  1. would like to fill out a adoption sheet for fenton but can not down load or fill out the forms please I am really interested in adopting this little guy!!!!

  2. This is great news! There are many dogs who are suffering from mobility issues. The chiropractor Tracy’s instructions looks very promising and it has helped a lot of dogs overcome mobility issues. The spine plays an important part in helping mobility and keeping the dog limber. Thank you for such great information

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