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acupuncture in dogs

Acupuncture was used to treat a dermatitis in a Belgian Shepherd

Acupuncture was used to treat a dermatitis and vomitus in a seven years old dog. Treatment was started with western medicine, and improved the clinical findings but relapses occurred. The traditional Chinese medicine, with the dry needling technique, resolved the symptoms with no relapse so far, and further acupuncture treatment would be done if necessary.

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Acupuncture used to treat hindlimb paralysis in a Dachshund

Acupuncture treatment was successfully used in a Dachshund with hindlimbs paralysis following a lumbar disc extrusion surgically treated 3 weeks earlier.

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Acupuncture treatment for severe chronic blood loss in a Rhodesian Ridgeback

Jack a Rhodesian Ridgeback castrated male born 9 July 2009 was consulting me on 4 January 2019 for chronic oozing blood loss from the ears, anus, gingiva, eyes and toes. I saw Jack for the first time. Jack has been treated by two other veterinary practices for gastrointestinal problems that occurred early in his life. Jack has been treated with many antibiotics and anti-parasitic agents and corticosteroids. In the course of time, skin complaints such as itching, and skin infections developed.


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