Although we rely heavily on pharmaceutical help when pets become sick or injured, traditional Chinese veterinary medicine can also offer wonderful healing benefits. By providing pet acupuncture to the St. Pauls community, we can help encourage the body to naturally heal itself in a drug-free, non-invasive, surgery-free manner.
Well documented medical records facilitate better patient care and serve as a valuable asset to healthcare providers. The same principle applies to your pet’s medical history, which provides vital insights into their health conditions.
Part of being a good animal owner is ensuring that your dog or cat receives the veterinary care they need throughout their lives. In addition to needing someone to turn to if your pet ever gets sick or suffers an injury, you also need a veterinarian for routine services, such as microchipping, vaccinations, spaying and neutering, etc.
Our pets fill our lives with happiness and provide us with memories that we will carry with us forever. They also have lifespans that are much shorter than their own, though, and we often end up being left with just their memories much sooner than we’d like.
What a sight to see! Sassy, Banjo, Dayzee, Fiddle, and Hazel all relaxing after finishing their appointment.