If you've ever experienced a chiropractic adjustment, you know how mind-boggling it can be. The adjustments, or 'cracks,' can range from a small sensation to a whole-body shift, and it all happens in under a single second. Now imagine being a chiropractor for animals!
@Boneshands2 is an animal osteopath and chiropractor, which can be a delicate job to say the least, but he's going viral on nearly every video he posts. One clip, in particular, has viewers shocked and impressed.
We weren't even receiving the adjustment and we were just as stunned as this gorgeous Rottweiler was. That was a serious crack! Clearly, the pup felt just fine after the neck adjustment, but viewers are still processing what they just watched.
"Even the dog was like 'wait a minute what did you just do to me,'" wrote commenter @hemoves2. It was the best reaction! Honestly, though, that's probably what most people look like after experiencing their first adjustment--so we can relate!
@Aimane043 said, "bro was rebooting," in the first moments after his adjustment. He totally was! We think anyone would need a moment after that, though "the eyes of betrayal and then the smile of approval" say it all. @Sischancey couldn't have said it better!
Then there's @hafsj, who joked that the "doggo saw in color for 2 seconds lmao." If only! His wide eyes were certainly a sight to see, though. There's no doubt what this dog was thinking!
If you find this pup's reaction entertaining, you'll want to watch more of @boneshands2's videos. He's one talented chiropractor! We can only imagine how much schooling it took to get to where he is today. Even a tiny adjustment is no small task when someone is trusting you with their fur baby's health!
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