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Acupuncture for Pets

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1 pat { 05.24.12 at 12:48 pm }

We found accupuncture to be wonderfully effective when treating our Holly’s arthritis before she died.

She would walk in barely mobile and have quite the spring in her step when she left.

However, it was not effective for Cap’s fear of thunderstorms.

2 Beth Schroeder { 05.24.12 at 10:18 pm }

Lass, fostered by the Bob and Barb Davis, and adopted by me, Beth Schroeder, has developed arthritis in her spine. Though she has had no pain that I have noticed, she definitely has limited range of motion, which has gotten progressively worse in the last year and a half. I’ve been giving her supplements and Omega oils, but, in addition to these, the every-other-week acupuncture treatments have really helped. I agree with Pat’s assessment: “She would walk in barely mobile and have quite the spring in her step when she left”…Lass has trouble getting into my car when we leave the house, but, after the acupuncture treatment, will always attempt, and most times succeed, to get into the car on her own when we leave the vets. I think acupuncture, like a lot of treatments, varies in effectiveness between dogs, but it is certainly worth investigating. Though it is not a complete cure, it has most certainly added to the quality of life for my dear, sweet Lass, which means a lot to me!

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