Editorial April 2007 Issue

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Chiropractic adjustments save the day.

Mokie, the dog formerly known as mine, had a health crisis last month. Mokie now lives with my sister and her husband. Pam called me to say that, the night before, Mokie had gone out with her two Jack Russell Terriers for a pre-bedtime pee, and when they came in, Mokie made a beeline for his crate. Usually he sleeps in the bed with Pam and Dean and the two JRTs. Something was wrong.

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