Animal Acupressure Blogs

Use these Animal Acupressure Blogs to help your animal feel great!

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The theory and concepts underlying the Taoist notion of yin and yang are the most sophisticated and distinctive ideas that differentiate Chinese medicine from all other philosophies of life, health, and environmental science. Accordingly, Yin and yang express the perpetual movement, change, and imperative of balance. UNDERSTANDING BALANCE The beauty of the yin-yang concept is that it accepts and promotes. . .  Read More

Equine Acupressure for Lower Back Soreness

Animal Acupressure Blogs & Equine back sorenessHorses are not designed to carry heavy loads on their backs. Their muscles and the bone structure of the spinal column are sensitive to pressure. Accordingly they do not perform properly and comfortably when stressed. As such, domesticated horses have suffered the role of “beasts of burden” for centuries, but it does not mean that they have stood it. . .  Read More

Feline Kidney Support with Acupressure

In this Animal Acupressure Blog you'll learn how are our cats could stay young and bouncy. It's true, cat’s age just like the rest of us. Cats are elderly by the age of 11 years and in the geriatric phase of life from 15 years on. But, because of medical care, better quality food availability, and more attention to complementary therapies, a domesticated cat’s lifespan has been extended amazingly in the last. . .  Read More

Cooper Gets Healthy with Acupressure

Cooper,  a Mini-Dachshund, was left at the Denver Dumb Friends League (HSUS) at the age of 6 or so.  Also the only information they had on thisAcupressure for Cooper emaciated guy was that his original people bought him in a pet store. Unbelievably, the kept Cooper in a crate for 14 hours a day. The couple divorced and as a result, neither could keep him. In a difficult situation this might have been the. . .  Read More

Canine Osteoarthritis

Obviously older dogs are prone to developing arthritis. However, young dogs can develop arthritis due to trauma to the joint, hereditary malformations, breeding issues, unstable joints, poor diet, and infection. Of course early detection is key to slowing the degenerative process and managing the dog’s level of pain. Indicators of canine arthritis include: Reluctance to play, walk, run, climb, jump Swelling and heat .  . .  Learn More