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Acupuncture For Dogs And Their Owners

Acupuncture can help our pets and also us who may be the ’cause’ of their ailments.

Acupuncture for dogs and their owners

Acupuncture for dogs. Our animals live with us, accompanying us in our daily lives; they are always by our side, share their lives with us, and so do we with them.

They are members of our families, which certainly brings innumerable advantages and benefits for them and us, but sometimes also inconveniences. One of these concerns our beloved dogs, as they establish a closely dependent bond with their owner, one of total devotion that creates a symbiosis in which the animal abandons itself.
Perhaps you know the story of Hachi: A Dog’s Tale, a Japanese Akita dog, of which a film starring Richard Gere was made; if you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend you do.

The dog lives in the same energy field as its owner, receives without filters and lives unprotected, practically ‘open-hearted’.

Acupuncture for Dogs and Our Protection

Our emotions also affect our dog: when we are tense, he is tense; when we are depressed, he is sad and apathetic; when we experience a moment of joy, our dog is also happy with us; if we get angry, he gets scared or even anxious if the family context is conflictual. The moral of the story is that it is we who always influence his mood.

Couple Acupuncture for both dog and owner.

Acupuncture for dogs and their owners
Dog having Acupuncture.

Thinking about cycles of Acupuncture would also be very helpful to the owner, not just the dog or cat in question.

Why? It often happens that behavioural and emotional problems are alleviated with Acupuncture in an animal that, upon returning to the side of an owner who has not treated its emotional discomfort, falls back into the disorder for which it had been treated.

Thus, an acupuncture cycle aimed at the ‘animal-owner’ couple would be advisable in some instances.

Another important aspect is sharing the same organic pathology between the owner and the animal. It is widespread to find affinities or similarities between the pathology of the animal and its owner. For example, our pets fall ill with us in practice and are often of the same pathology.

Some examples of clinical cases

Mrs Jessica and her dog Lilly. Mrs Jessica, unfortunately, faced breast cancer in her left breast years ago. Fatally, the same year, Lilly also had to deal with the same disease, among other things, on the left breast line, just like her owner. Fortunately, they both came out of it successfully.

These are not coincidences. Unfortunately, our animals and we live in the same energy field, and what makes us sick often also makes our animal friends sick. Of course, it is not the rule, but it is often the case. So, we talk about internal pathogenic factors, such as emotions, or external pathogenic factors.

Another example is Mrs Vickee, an elderly lady who suffers from depression and lives with her dog, Luna, who is also deeply depressed and apathetic.

Then there is Mr Johnson, who has diabetes, who discovers that his cat is also diabetic. Mr Steve reports that he is as cardiopathy as his dog, Jack. There are also many cases of anxious dogs, victims of anxious families, who live carried away by such a hectic society.

Final thoughts

In each of these cases, acupuncture is a very effective aid, and unfortunately, this is still too underestimated. This practice can help us rebalance our energy state and thus also that of our animal friends.

How can we help our pets?

  • Directly: by subjecting them to cycles of Acupuncture sessions;
  • Indirectly: by treating them as owners.

Edited by Italian Doctor Daniela Daidone, a Vetrinario specialising in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture.

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The "Frenchie Breed" website is a blog aimed at dog owners. We regularly publish articles about our four-legged furry friends. Among the contents of our blog, you will find ample space on the latest news in the sector, with information and in-depth analysis dedicated to the world of dogs in all its forms, the latest trends and news of the moment, curious facts, events devoted to dogs, product reviews, as well as an intense activity of information regarding the health and well-being of pets.

Please Note: The articles in the 'Frenchie Breed Blog' are for information purposes only; nothing published can or should be construed as an attempt to offer professional advice or consultation with a physician, veterinary surgeon or another health professional.

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