There is much truth to the saying, “We are what we eat”, and the same applies to our beloved pets. Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine is made up of the following modalities: acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Tui-na, food therapy, and exercise. For pets, the recommended exercise is walking ... [Continue Reading]
The path to healing often begins with acupuncture.
Many people find their way to Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine by way of seeking out acupuncture for their companion animals. Acupuncture is becoming more well-known because it yields favorable results in a great number of patients for a variety of ailments. Some well informed folks are ... [Continue Reading]