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Acupuncture for dogs, like acupuncture for humans, is a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) that involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the dog's body.




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Treatment Performed by Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist


First Session - Evaluation :  $120

                      Follow Up:  $80 

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  • Pain Management: Acupuncture can be effective in managing pain, such as arthritis, joint issues, or musculoskeletal problems in dogs. It is often used as a complementary therapy alongside conventional pain medications.

  • Improved Mobility: Dogs with mobility issues may experience improved joint function and increased range of motion after acupuncture treatments.

  • Stress Reduction: Some dogs may benefit from acupuncture for stress reduction and anxiety management. It can have a calming effect and may be helpful for dogs with behavioral issues or those experiencing stress due to illness or changes in their environment.

  • Accelerated Healing: Acupuncture may promote faster healing of wounds, injuries, and surgical incisions by increasing blood flow and stimulating the body's natural healing processes.

  • Gastrointestinal Health: Acupuncture can be used to address various digestive issues in dogs, including nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation.

  • Immune Support: Some veterinarians believe that acupuncture can help boost a dog's immune system, making them more resilient to illness and disease.

  • Allergy Management: Acupuncture may provide relief from allergy symptoms in dogs, including itching, skin irritations, and respiratory issues.

  • Better Quality of Life: Many pet owners have reported that acupuncture has improved their dog's overall quality of life, especially in cases of chronic conditions where conventional treatments may have limitations.

  • Fewer Side Effects: Acupuncture is generally considered safe when performed by a qualified and experienced veterinarian. It can be a valuable option for dogs that cannot tolerate certain medications or are prone to medication side effects.

  • Holistic Approach: Acupuncture is often used as part of a holistic approach to pet care, addressing not only physical but also emotional and energetic aspects of a dog's health.

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