Central Victorian Veterinary Acupuncture

Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats

Small animal acupunture services for dogs and cats

Dogs & cats are most often treated by Dr Clark visiting your own vet clinic (he visits each region on a regular basis). Please contact your vet to discuss this. Dr Clark also has his own treatment room at his property at Guildford, between Castlemaine and Daylesford. If either of these options aren't possible home visits can be arranged, though this may cost a little more.

It is critical for acupuncture to work well, that your pet is calm and relaxed. If it is tense or aggressive in a vet clinic, a home visit may work better. It extreme cases, a tranquilizer can be used, though this should be a last resort. In these cases alternative treatments may be better.

Just a few of the conditions which Dr Clark has treated with excellent success rates are:

Musculo-Skeletal:

  • back problems (slipped disc, spondylitis, sore muscles etc) with associated severe pain, weakness & paralysis
  • chronic arthritis
  • torn cruciate ligaments
  • strained muscles, tendons, ligaments

Neurological:

  • stroke
  • epilepsy (fits)
  • nerve injuries

Urinary:

  • Blood in the urine
  • Recurring bladder infections
  • Kidney failure
  • Incontinence (e.g after speying)

Reproductive:

  • low sperm count
  • failure of bitches to cycle/conceive
  • pyometra (infections)
  • poor milk production/let-down

Behavioural:

  • inappropriate eliminations (urinating/spraying in house)
  • fear of thunderstorms etc
  • separation anxiety

Eye / Ear / Skin:

  • chronic or recurring inflammation & infections
  • allergies

Miscellaneous:

  • Convalescence after major surgery or disease
  • Debilitation and weakness associated with old age

Get in Touch

Phone: 0408 509 405

Locate us at9 Stevens Lane, Guildford,
VIC 3451
PO box address for Castlemaine Veterinary ClinicP.O. Box 943, Guildford, VIC 3451
Small Animal Acupunture for Dogs and Cats
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