Monday, August 26, 2019
Our rescue Quan Yin loves getting weekly acupuncture sessions. We think she is 10 or 11 years old and over the summer her mobility has been a tad challenged. The weeks of brutal heat did not help.
We have also started cooking for her - and she LOVES her new diet. Ground turkey with white basmati rice, carrots, celery, parsley and green beans with a few Chinese herbs. Sometimes we add pumpkin.
Not the best photo! She allows me to needle every acupuncture point that she needs and keeps still during most of her session. What a good girl!
Four Paws Acupuncture makes house-calls on the North Shore of MA.
Jeanie Mossa MS., L.Ac. is also accepting new dog and cat patients at Our Family Veterinary Services in Peabody MA.
To learn more about veterinary acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine and holistic therapies for dogs or cats please visit the Four Paws Acupuncture website. http://www.fourpawsacupuncture.com
Saturday, August 24, 2019
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Every Sunday morning meet Park Ranger Peter at "Waite and Peirce" at 193 Derby Street for this one mile walk. Join us for the eye rolling, tail wagging walk and learn about history from a dog's eye view. All leashed dogs are welcome! Be sure to bring water and poop bags for your dog(s).
Saturday, August 17, 2019
Jeanie & Quan Yin Kali Wu
Acupuncturist of the Month – Jeanie Mossa MS, L.Ac"Each month, (also known as “ACE”) has decided to feature an acupuncturist to share his or her experiences, expertise, and knowledge of practicing Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine. Sometimes, the best way to grow within a profession is to learn from your fellow colleagues, and hear how they help to achieve results for their patients. Stay tuned for additional interviews with acupuncturists across the United States & Canada."
Click here to read the entire interview
I am honored to be chosen the Acupuncturist of the month by ACE! The interview questions were well thought out and made me ponder on the past a bit. I had a great time answering them. I hope that my responses will help other acupuncturists who are starting a veterinary acupuncture practice.
For more information on acupuncture for dogs or cats, traditional Chinese medicine, holistic therapies for pets please visit the Four Paws Acupuncture website. I make house calls on the North Shore of MA and am accepting patients at Our Family Veterinary Services in Peabody MA.
Friday, August 16, 2019
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
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Visit Four Paws Acupuncture for more information on veterinary acupuncture & traditional Chinese medicine for dogs on the North Shore of MA.
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Acupuncture is not just for humans! 3,000 years ago, the Chinese used acupuncture and acupressure to keep their farm animals healthy.
This is an ancient drawing of acupuncture points on a goat. Although I would love to treat a few goats, my forte is working with dogs and sometimes cats.
Acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine can help alleviate pain, mobility issues and other common K9 ailments. Combined with a healthy diet, herbs or homeopathic remedies and sometimes a lifestyle change your pets can live a healthy happy life.
Four Paws Acupuncture in Salem MA and Peabody MA Services:
Acupuncture for Dogs & Cats
Traditional Chinese Medicine
Herbal & Homeopathic Medicine
To learn more about veterinary acupuncture & holistic medicine on the North Shore of MA please visit the Four Paws Acupuncture website.
Jeanie Mossa MS. L.Ac.makes house-calls in Salem MA, Beverly MA and to existing patients in Marblehead MA.
Jeanie is also accepting new dog and cat patients at Our Family Veterinary Services in Peabody MA.
To schedule a house-call or session at our office please contact Four Paws Acupuncture directly: http://www.fourpawsacupuncture.com/contact.html
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Wednesday, August 7, 2019
Our girl, Quan Yin Kali Wu has not been doing well digesting her food since the brutal heat wave a few weeks ago. We were feeding her a combination of Taste of the Wild wet & dry food with green beans, carrots and sometimes white basmati rice. She is allergic to chicken so we used the fish based foods.
After the whole drama with the FDA blasting most of the better pet foods around, we decided to start cooking for her instead. I use to cook for my German Shepherd Merlin in his later years and he loved it.
We bought a rice cooker and have been cooking organic white basmati rice. (White rice is better for dogs with loose stools.) We add about a half of cup of the cooked rice to a combo of cooked ground turkey with carrots, celery and parsley..... and she LOVES it. No loose stools or diarrhea since the change.
Easy peasy and it is probably more cost effective in the long run. In between meals she gets a few gluten free treats and a big organic carrot.
Four Paws Acupuncture is located on the North Shore of MA. Licensed acupuncturist, herbalist & author Jeanie Mossa MS, L.Ac. makes house-calls to Salem MA, Beverly MA and to existing patients in Marblehead MA.
She also treats patients at Our Family Veterinary Services in Peabody MA.
To schedule a veterinary acupuncture session or to learn more about holistic medicine for pets please visit the Four Paws Acupuncture website. http://www.fourpawsacupuncture.com
Monday, August 5, 2019
Four Paws Acupuncture booth
Our booth had several Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal remedies, tinctures and info on display.
Arrrgh Me Hearties! Even pirates love acupuncture. Captain Jack Sparrow and his friends were at the festival too.
We handed out paw stickers and info packets with dog treats, K9 acupressure charts and info. Captain Jack looks pawsome with his sticker.
Guest appearance buy Uriel, the Little Mermaid on Sunday!
A big thanks to all those rangers and staff at the Salem Maritime National Historical Site for making the festival a wonderful event. I had a blast!
What does acupuncture have to do with tall ships?
More than 40,000 Chinese immigrants arrived in California during the 1850s…When work on the Transcontinental Railroad began, neither Union Pacific nor Central Pacific wanted to hire these immigrants…They proved themselves to be efficient laborers, and the generally balanced diets they followed made them healthier than their Irish coworkers. By the time the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads met in Utah in 1869, Central Pacific had recruited thousands of additional workers directly from China. When the Transcontinental Railroad was complete, Chinese laborers made up over 90 percent of Central Pacific's workforce. (from https://www.uscitizenship.info)
With these Chinese workers came acupuncturists and herbalists who joined the worker camps and helped to keep the railway workers healthy.
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