Dr. Reed Scudder received his anatomical and physiologically based acupuncture certification from Colorado State University in 2011. He has been developing this very specific craft over a long period of time. Through his knowledge and experience, he can deliver this extremely therapeutic form of medicine to your beloved pet.
Acupuncture involves the insertion of needles into certain points of the body where nerve bundles and blood vessels intersect. Through placement in these energy channels, the needles enhance blood circulation and stimulate the release of hormones to encourage the body to correct imbalances. This is a great benefit for the animal. More and more pet parents are trying acupuncture for dogs and cats. Acupuncture, when done on the correct points, has been used in animals that experience: