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Learn How to Use Acupressure to Relieve Stress in your Pet.

Relax your pet and relax yourself.

Acupuncture and acupressure are both proven methods to destress us. Why not use these amazing methods to help our furry loved ones? Our 16 year old little furgirl, Lacy, began to suffer the effects of kidney failure and she was quite stressed.

Acupuncture for your cat? It’s not as strange as it might sound at first.

Our veterinarian suggested acupuncture.  She was nervous on her first visit to the vet which is so normal, right? Anyway, after the first visit, she knew where she was on the second visit and spread out on the exam table awaiting her wonderful treatment. You could see her relax and she really enjoyed it.

Benefits For Your Kitty

In addition to providing a relaxing experience for your kitty, acupressure therapy will release stress and muscular tension, promote blood circulation and boost her immune system.

These sessions truly helped her get over a rough patch with the beginning of her other medical therapies involving subcutaneous fluids, appetite stimulants and other prescribed medications from our veterinarian. Acupressure is a similar technique that you can do at home with your pet and it will help you deepen your bond and help your furchild relax.

Reduce Stress

Maybe there is the stress of a new furfriend in the house or new furniture or new person or perhaps you have moved to a new location.All these events are very stressful for your furkids. A session of acupressure could be just the answer! We would love to hear how your pet has reacted to acupressure or acupuncture.

Stun Your Readers

Don't be afraid to get hands on.

Holistic health practices are gaining in popularity and becoming more accepted by the traditional health care community.

While this is not an overnight remedy, you will see changes in your pet. Kitty may be more alert, social, relaxed, and moving about like its old self in as little as one or two sessions. For chronic conditions, your kitty may have to have sessions for the rest of its life to keep the pain and discomfort down.

Further Reading

Here is a link to a wonderful site  from Animal Wellness Magazine. Amy Snow and Nancy Zidonis of Tallgrass Animal Acupressure Institute have been a go-to source for acupressure information for a number of years.



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