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Friday, December 07, 2012 10:11 PM

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Jean Thompson, Baltimore, Md., demonstrates a chiropractic alignment procedure on Dusty, a blue roan mare, Friday at Options For Animals College of Animal Chiropractic, 4267 Virginia Road, Wellsville. Thompson was joined in the demonstration by doctors of chiropractic and instructors at Options For Animals Kyla Awes, Plymouth, Minn., Heidi Bockhold, Cartersville, Ga., Gregg Coker, Tulsa, Okla., and Pat Holl, Billings, Mont. Bockhold, co-owner and instructor, said the school is the world’s original animal chiropractic college.

Focus on four legs: Chiropractic care gets animal approach

By CRYSTAL HERBER, Herald Staff Writer

WELLSVILLE — It could be any college classroom in the country — except for the full-size skeleton of a horse in the corner of the room.

Students at the Options For Animals College of Animal Chiropractic, south of Wellsville, learn to provide animals with chiropractic care that can ease pain, maintain good health and promote general well-being. The first and oldest school of its kind in the country, Options turns chiropractors and veterinarians alike into hands-on healers.

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