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Acupuncture points have specific locations and effects and have been documented over millennia. From a Western perspective, acupuncture has been shown to stimulate a variety of sensory nerves in the body that transmit the signal through the nervous system to the brain, which then releases various chemicals that produce multiple physiologic effects that activate the body’s homeostatic regulatory mechanisms.
Acupuncture is a branch of Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) which has been practiced for over 5000 years. Pet acupuncture transfer the benefits of acupuncture to our beloved companion animals.
Pet acupuncture can help dogs, cats and other animals with a variety of health problems. Dog acupuncture, cat acupuncture and other pet acupuncture services are painless treatments that can help your pets .