October 9, 2017
Acupuncture for Pets: Finding Balance

Acupuncture...For Pets? Acupuncture for pets is becoming an increasingly popular therapy option for many animals worldwide. As a staple of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the practice of acupuncture has many many functions, from pain control to relieving dermatitis. There are many moving parts in the ancient science of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The cornerstone of this field, […]

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November 16, 2016
Bladder Control: How to Help Your Pet with Incontinence

As a pet owner, I am sure you are no stranger to the occasional indoor pet potty accident. It happens to even the best-trained cats and dogs and is completely normal. But what happens when your pet’s occasional accidents turn into dog or cat bladder control problems? You end up with destroyed carpets and furniture. Suddenly you […]

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