Most of us have pleasant feelings about the 4th of July. Not only is it a celebration of our country’s independence, but a chance for a long weekend filled with cookouts, friends and family, and fireworks. Our pets may not share the same excitement for this holiday, though.
Acupuncture is an age-old healing practice of traditional Chinese medicine in which thin needles are placed in specific points in the body. It is a potential alternative to pain medications. Acupuncture is considered a “complementary” medicine that can be used along with other veterinary treatments.