The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association www.ahvma.org →
The International Veterinary Chiropractic Association ivca.de →
College of Integrated Veterinary Therapies www.civtedu.org →
Dr. Couret has been adjusting our show dogs for the past 10 years. Being in a breed where soundness and balance are of utmost importance, I can’t imagine doing a dog show entry without visiting Dr. Couret first. Her work has been imperative in our success. She’s worked extensively on three consecutive American Rottweiler Club National Sieger Show Siegrin and best in show winners, along with countless specialty and all breed winners.
On September 28, 2013 my beautiful Pembroke Welsh Corgi Abby, began to have difficulty walking and controlling her hind end. I immediately brought her to her regular vet. She was prescribed a steroid medication and placed on crate rest. Within 4 days her hind end was paralyzed. She could not stand or walk. Abby was immediately referred and taken to a veterinary neurosurgeon. I was told she needed immediate surgery at a cost of $6000. I was told she had a good chance to walk again, but there was no guarantee. I am a super dog lover, but…. When I asked about other options, I was told “surgery today or euthanize her today.” I insisted on bringing her home. I called my vet for options and he told me about Dr. Couret. That was 3 and ½ years ago. That day saved Abby’s life and ability to walk. Dr. Couret began acupuncture and chiropractic care (weekly at first, then twice a month, then monthly…) Within a month, Abby could stand on her own. On Thanksgiving Day, she took her first steps. By the New Year she was running. This was miraculous. Dr. Couret is calm, smart and truly talented. Her acupuncture and chiropractic abilities are amazing, but her support and advice during Abby’s early days of treatment were also helpful. Her belief in treatment and support to Abby and me was so helpful during this scary and emotional difficult time. Now, Abby walks, runs, scratches her ears…She does everything she did before her spinal cord injury, except jumping on and off furniture or jumping in and out of the car. Abby is a gift to me every day. Thank you Dr. Couret!
In January of 2015, my then 11 1/2 year old Wirehaired Dachshund, Zaki, developed a disc problem which left him at stage 3 or the “drunken sailor walk”. Having gone the spinal surgery route with another Dachsie who never progressed beyond stage 3, I sought alternatives for Zaki. Instead of spinal surgery, I chose to try accupuncture and brought him to Dr. Couret. After only a few treatments, his walk started improving, his back no longer hunched, and his rear legs no longer crossed when standing. That was two years ago. Zaki is now pushing 14. He sees Dr. Couret every six to eight weeks for a ‘tune up’ and is doing well. He can go on short walks, play with my other Dachsies, and sun himself on the front lawn. Dr. Couret gave me two years (and counting) with Zaki, two years that we would not have had. I think that she is wonderful.
When the foremost Orthopedic surgeon in N.H. (he had done my Pittbull) told me my 12 year old, 51/2 lb Chihuahua had also torn her A.C.L. and would need surgery I was desperate! As a last alternative Dr Couret was recommended to me. Within 8 treatments my Doll was walking as if nothing had been TORN! THIS WAS NOT A LUCKY ONE SHOT! Since then, after a near death illness which once again left her exhausted and unable to walk, Dr Couret discovered that Doll had a Disc problem in her neck. After 2 treatments she is running instead of walking…and…the BEST is the” DIVA DOLL” gladly lets Dr Couret give her needles and adjust her!
Dr. Couret is available at four different locations in Connecticut. To schedule an appointment please call the desired location and they can book one for you.