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Are you looking for a gentle, yet effective complement to conventional care for: allergies, arthritis, anxiety, chronic illness, autoimmune disease, GI disturbances, pain management or end of life care? Consider the wisdom and practice of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine utilizing acupuncture and herbs.More Information
Reiki is a non-invasive Japanese energy healing system where the practitioner is a conduit for the flow of Universal Energy that the animal can use for self-healing. Beyond Reiki, there are a variety of devices that utilize light and energy for healing, pain management, immune support and acupuncture point stimulation. Low Energy Photon Therapy uses LEDs (light emitting diodes) to stimulate cellular activity for wound healing via collagen production and improved circulation and to help immune cells combat infection.More Information
Integrative medicine is the concept of using the most appropriate combination of conventional and complementary therapies. This approach to pet health involves looking at the pet as a whole, to heal the root of the problem when possible, rather than mask symptoms and risk driving imbalances deeper into the body, where they are more damaging, as well as more difficult to address.More Information
For some pets, car rides and vet hospital visits are a big stressor, which can be counterproductive to healing and immune function. In addition to holistic office visits at Orchard Grove Animal Hospital, I offer home visits for Reiki, acupuncture and photon therapy.More Information
Tyler N., a Homeless Pet at Warwick Valley Humane Society, is being promoted through Homeless Pet Clubs by: Promoting Animal Wellness
Along with 11 other cats, he was rescued from a hot, dirty and dark storage unit in June of 2012. Now, Tyler N. Needs a Home! He likes to play with his brown tiger buddy, Truman N., since they share a cage. It's been a long while since he has known a happy home, so he will need extra time to adjust.
If you can help Tyler N., please contact Warwick Valley Humane Society at 845-986-2473.
Please contact me if your group or business would like to start your own Homeless Pet Club and promote a pet for adoption. It’s an easy, free way to support your local animal shelter!