Features October 2007 Issue

Frequently Used Canine Healing Methods for Injured Dogs

Dozens of canine healing modalities aim to affect and improve the patient’s energetic fields. We describe the most frequently used methods for treating injured dogs.

We call it the spark of life for good reason. From birth to death, all living creatures generate and transmit energy. Entire healing therapies, some of them thousands of years old, have been built around energy. Once dismissed by Western science as impossible or ridiculous – and still viewed with suspicion by conventional physicians and veterinarians – energy medicine is slowly gaining acceptance in the United States. Several energy therapies are taught in American universities or are used by a growing number of healthcare practitioners. Can energy therapies help your dog? The descriptions and resources provided here may help you decide.

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