For dogs, riding in the car isn’t merely a way of getting from point A to point B. The jingle of the car keys is enough to send many four-legged travel enthusiasts into a state of tail-wagging excitement. It is important to ensure your pet's safety and you are prepared for anything happens to your "pawssenger".
Spring is in the air and warmer weather is on its way. Here are some of the top tips that can help you know the risks and being prepared can help keep your pet safe as we all are enjoying the great outdoors.
My 13 year old Standard Schnauzer, Pearl, began having weakness and pain in her hind quarters about two years ago. After about 3-4 weeks of acupuncture treatments, Jill talked to me about weaning Pearl’s medications. I was skeptical, but amazingly Pearl was fine without those medications! Pearl is back to being a “go getter” in spirit and activity now.
Louie is an adorable young cat who was born without a tail; these kitties are sometimes called a “rumpie.” Around the age of 8 months, he developed both urinary and fecal incontinence, with occasional blood in his urine. Louie's feline incontinence has shown improvements! He got hands-on healing using the Five Elements Acupressure and Meridian Touch for Animals.
Our 12-year-old Lab to Jill for acupuncture, cold laser and body work. He suffered from hind-end weakness and severe arthritis throughout most of his joints, especially his front elbows. After a few months with Jill, he was able to regain some use of his tail for balance and walk on his own more than he had been.
Dr. Jill Todd taught me how to do Acupressure trigger points and massage to help my Bella. When she looks to start coughing I use the massage and cough trigger point and it goes away.
Dr. Jill Todd has helped me understand how to treat Bijou holistically, addressing not only her cancer, but her nutritional needs, pain, and even mental well-being. I know things are going to be O.K. for Bijou.