Traditional Chinese Medicine for Pets


Did you know that cats and dogs respond to acupuncture, acupressure and well-selected herbal remedies as well as humans? The growing interest in Traditional Chinese Medicine has extended to veterinary care.

Four Paws Five Directions is a guide to Chinese Medicine for pets, written by veterinarian Cheryl Schwartz, DVM, who runs an alternative healthcare clinic for animals in California. Dr. Schwarz’s book explains about acupuncture and herbs, and it contains information on doing acupressure at home, on your pet. No method of holistic healthcare would be complete without a focus on dietary interventions, so you’ll also be able to learn her recommendations on feeding your animal.

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