We asked integrative vet Dr Sarah Priggen to tell us about her pioneering work using Laser Acupuncture. Here she explains how it works and highlights the first of a series of case studies demonstrating its success with Max the spaniel who faced an uncertain future. A testimonial from his owner is also included.
Signs of an animal being in pain are varied and not always as obvious as a dog whining and holding a paw up or a hot sweaty horse kicking at their flanks. We asked Julie Anne Lee of Adored Beast Apothecary to explain what to be aware of in detecting pain and what to do about it. This blog first appeared on the Adored Beast Apothecary website and we reproduce it here with thanks.
Physiotherapy is not only useful for dogs or horses – it can be beneficial to any animal. We asked Veterinary Physiotherapist Danielle McMahon about one of her more unusual patients – Bruno the calf who was born with a few drastic problems.
Sheba is a black and white rescue cat who lived in Turkey for much of her life. She suffered a spinal injury later in life and has recently benefitted from chiropractic care and homeopathy. We asked her McTimoney Animal Practitioner to tell us about her progress.
Sheba is a black and white short-haired cat rescued when she was a kitten in Turkey. Her owner tells her heart-warming story here.