Has your pet been suffering from ANY of the following?

  • general lameness

  • poor performance

  • low energy

  • gait alterations

  • lethargy

  • sore spots on back (where saddle rests)

  • pain posturing

  • rear limb dragging

  • stiffness

Animal Chiropractic with Dr. Paul Paez, D.C.

Dr Paez is trained by the American Veterinarian Chiropractic Association based in Texas. This training is designated only for individuals who hold an advanced degree such as Dr. Paez’s doctorate degree in Chiropractic. Dr Paez completed his training to adjust animals in 2004 and was awarded the title Animal Chiropractor.

Dr Paez has been adjusting animals for the past 12 years, both large and small. He has adjusted chickens, cats, dogs, ponies, horses, cows, llamas, and pigs.  His horse adjusting takes him all over the United States to places like Texas, California, Hawaii and Georgia. He has worked with high performance race horses, jumpers, hunters and business oriented trail horses.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Why Chiropractic for my cat or dog?

Maybe you notice that your pet is behaving differently, more moody, lethargic or physically looks uncomfortable. Dr Paez finds most owners are correct with their instincts that something is wrong with their furry child even though they cleared their conventional Vet check.

Common signs your pet may need chiropractic care:

  • Refuses to jump into car
  • Can no longer squat to eliminate
  • Pulls away when you want to stroke his/her head
  • Appears to be favoring one or more legs
  • Doesn’t want to play like “normal”
  • Dragging feet on walks
  • Has become more aggressive for no reason
  • Isolates themselves

What to Expect:

Dr. Paez will evaluate your pet’s spine from head to tail, as well as the ribs, and both front and rear extremities. He will evaluate for the primary condition that affects the spine, called the Subluxation. Dr Paez is very thorough and efficient;  it generally takes him 10-15 minutes to adjust. Results will vary depending on the location, and length of time your pet has been suffering from the Subluxations. Because the Subluxation affects the nervous system, you can expect changes such as increased movement, improved internal organ function, mood and even dissolution of poor behavior patterns.

Where do I go to have my dog or cat adjusted?

All animals MUST be seen at the Integrative Veterinary Care, 11189 Sorrento Valley Rd Suite 105 San Diego, CA 92121. To schedule an appointment, call 858-500-3777.

Chiropractic is for humans too!

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Videos of Animals cared for by Dr. Paez!

Luxating Patella is a painful condition and can lead to surgery. Dr. Paez has been successful in helping with conditions and in many cases preventing surgery.

It is common for certain breeds to develop degeneration in the spine and hips. Dr. Paez has discovered chiropractic care with adjucts of cold laser and massage and improve quality of life and give “senor” dogs a better life.


Dr. Paez often times works in conjunction with other modalities such as massage and acupuncture to not only relieve pain but to address nerve irritation.

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