Anytime I get to speak about pet health, especially based on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine modalities, I’m game! So, when Tanya from Raising Your Pets Naturally reached out to me to discuss Tui-Na (pronounced twee na), I couldn’t wait.
Tui-Na is not only part of my veterinary practice, often — but not always — accompanying acupuncture, it’s also part of what I can do through Project Hope to help canine victims of dog fighting adjust to the world of being a cherished pet. It’s a very effective modality and one that I can teach pet parents to continue to do at home.
In this interview Tanya asks me about Tui-Na, when it shouldn’t be used, how it’s used to treat pets with anxiety, and more. You can read it all here: