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Canine Acupressure & TCM
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Benefits of Canine Acupressure and Massage
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Anesthesia-Free Dental Cleanings; Are they right for your dog?

You may have heard of anesthesia-free dental cleanings from your veterinarian or groomer. Non-anesthetic dental scaling commonly referred to as NADS has been a very controversial topic for over a decade. They sound great; your pet does not need to go “under” and the cost is significantly less, but is it right for your pet? What …

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Acupressure to strengthen your dog’s immune system

There is minimal risk of your dog getting COVID-19. But the virus has been a huge reminder to all of us about how important our immune systems are. Here are five acupressure points that will help strengthen your dog’s immune system. They are great for seasonal allergies, reactions to medications or vaccines, or if your …

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Acupressure Benefits for Senior Dogs

Senior dogs benefit greatly from acupressure. Acupressure is a modality of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been used for over 3,000 years on both animals and humans. When a certain point, called an “acupoint” on a “meridian”, or pathway, is activated through light pressure, chi and blood travel to corresponding organs. This, in turn, helps …

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The importance of brushing your dog’s teeth

Periodontal disease is the most common health concern for dogs and cats. It’s estimated that 80% of dogs over the age of three have dental disease. That’s a huge percentage of the dog population! That’s why brushing your dog’s teeth is so important. Signs of periodontal disease include bad breath, tartar, difficulty eating, bleeding gums, jaw …

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