Food therapy

Food Therapy for Small Animals

puppy_foodFeeding dogs and cats in accord with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) concepts supports good health and resolves health conditions such as skin issues, aging, gastrointestinal problems, and cancer.

Foods can be selected that are warming, cooling, and neutral foods in the context of the TCM theories of Yin and Yang, and the five-Element Theory to address health issues.  Consideration is given to cooking methods, selection of vegetables, and critiques of commercial pet food labels.

Small Animal Food Therapy offers tons of information about how to feed your dogs and cats. Kinesiology helps refine the appropriate diet for your dog or cat given their current health issues.

Please keep in mind that acupressure, essential oils, food therapy and animal communication are non-veterinary methods for addressing your animal’s overall wellness. The practitioner is not a veterinarian, and the sessions cannot replace traditional veterinary care, but rather compliment it. You are responsible for consulting with your veterinarian with any questions or concerns you may have prior to scheduling an appointment. In any emergency situation, please call your veterinarian.
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