Have you tried the complementary therapy like massage, swimming, and acupuncture to treat your dog? Do you think it works; especially when it comes to acupuncture that uses needles? Though it has no therapeutic claims, some dog owners believe that it works, particularly to dogs, which have arthritis.
When they are massaged, it eases their pain away. It is the same with acupuncture though you may be hesitant about having needles. Dogs can feel its benefits too.
How does complementary therapy works?
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Amber Poe wants to go on camping with her great dane, Loki. However, he is bothered about his hips. Loki receives a massage and shown that he is relieved. Simmons is an expert in acupuncture.
According to him, at first, dogs are hesitant with having needles on their body. But later on they feel comfortable about it because they see how it improves their condition. Have you learned from this article? Share it with your friends!
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Whether it’s traditional veterinary medicine or complementary therapies like swimming, massage or acupuncture, in the end it’s about finding a therapy that helps your furry companion live a healthy life.
“Part of my belief is you don’t want to give up until the very end for something you love,” said Simmons.
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