Free ebook!

This ‘Alternative Veterinary Medicine’ ebook explains how natural medicine is relevant for our animals and offers an introduction to common therapies that fit under that banner.

It is in EPub format so it is readable on most machines (including your computer if you use Adobe ADE free download).

http://www.lulu.com/shop/christopher-day/alternative-veterinary-medicine-a-brief-introduction/ebook/product-20476799.html

www.alternativevet.org

Acupuncture Cat Video

Here’s a video (link below) of a cat receiving an acupuncture treatment. He is not in any way restrained, although his harness and lead, on which he walked in, can be seen still attached.

While he’s no vet lover, he accepts his acupuncture very well, as do most cats. He hates the camera, though!

If a cat objects to needle acupuncture, we have to assume we are either doing it incorrectly or that needles don’t suit. In such rare cases, we would use acupuncture-by-LASER, which is painless and soothing. We DO NOT SEDATE animals for acupuncture.

Every patient is given a chiropractic check and offered correction by manipulation of any problem found.

VIDEO: www.dailymotion.com/video/xsbten_cat-acupuncture-feline-acupuncture-avmc-uk_animals

Our main website is at www.alternativevet.org (over 600 pages of information and opinion on alternative medicine and animal welfare).

See also: www.alternativevet.org/acupuncture.htm -

www.veterinary-acupuncture.co.uk/ -

www.acupuncture-animals.co.uk/ -

www.equineacupuncturevet.co.uk/ -

www.alternativevet.org/homeopathy.htm -

www.alternativevet.org/herbs.htm -

www.alternativevet.org/laser.htm -

www.alternativevet.org/chiropractic.htm -

www.alternativevet.org/aromatherapy.htm -

www.alternativevet.org/tissue_salts.htm -

www.alternativevet.org/bach_flowers.htm