In addition to what I offer with massage therapy and acupressure, these are partners in holistic wellness that I can recommend as a compliment. This information is always expanding as I learn more about various practices and options to bring you, the pet parent. I am passionate about sharing these wellness options because so many do not realize all the healing opportunities available to them and this many times causes the animal added suffering or even being put down because the human guardian simply had no idea that massage therapy, acupuncture, acupressure or chiropractic medicine or Asian herbals could alleviate and heal to the level that it does. This list can help guide you towards locating someone you trust and feel comfortable with to facilitate a space for fitness and wellness. I would like to state here that I view these alternative modalities as a vital complement to Western Medicine rather than being a replacement. Wherever there is illness, it is the individual who needs treatment so we look at the animal wholely or holistically. I look forward to being a wellness partner with your veterinarian in order to create the very best opportunity for healing your fur kid.
Alternative Veterinary – Shawn Messonnier
Phone: (972) 867-8800
Address: 2145 W Park Blvd, Plano, TX 75075
Trisha Ballard Alternative Veterinary Hospital (firstname.lastname@example.org) 972-492-0563 Plano area
Dr. Karen Ave – Veterinary Acupuncture & alternative therapies
Phone: (972) 478-5791
Address: 2765 Trinity Mills Rd E, Carrollton, TX 75006
Chiropractic – Kaitlyn Lackey North Dallas, will travel
Acupuncture – Dr. Lisa Molidor will travel and also trained in non-surgical ACL healing.
8541 Ferguson Road
Dallas, TX 75228 Open: Mon, Thurs: 7:30AM – 8:00PM
Tues, Wed, Fri: 7:30AM – 6:00PM
Sat: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Sun: CLOSED email@example.com
Acupuncture & Chiropractic – Dr. Hartai with Spot On Wellness – He has several offices he is scheduled at as well as will travel. Dr. Ákos Hartai provides a range of veterinary medical therapies including acupuncture, chiropractic, class IV laser therapy, and rehabilitation and conditioning.
Asian Herbals – Pawhealer.com These folks will get on the phone with you, work with your vet etc. I love their petigreens and digestive enzymes and our Dobie has been on their herbal heartworm preventive since he was a year old.
SuperFoods – https://www.nuvet.com/50038
Both Hip and Joint support as well as the superfood, Nuvet Plus, are food-based with NO synthetically derived ingredients. From body welts and other skin conditions to a sluggish immune system and allergies, adding micronutrition to your pet’s food is vital to longevity and resilience.