My 12 week old Westie saw a new (and permanent) vet a couple of days ago. He recommended, and I signed on for, VOM treatments (chiropractic adjustments using this special thumping-type tool). He told me that studies have shown that dogs who receive these treatments live an average of 28% longer. If that's true, it's huge. The treatment was $60 and I'm supposed to follow up with a second one next week ($50) and afterwards she's supposed to receive a treatment bi-yearly. It's not huge money, but it's money and I'd like to feel assured that it's being well spent. Anyone know anything about this?